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Wireless Printing

You now have the ability to print from your laptops when connected to the L&C Network to the following printers:

  • Watzek Wireless Printer
    (located on the second floor of Watzek Library in the main computer lab)
  • Dubach Wireless Printer
    (located in the Dubach Mac Lab)
  • Grad Wireless Printer
    (located in the small computer lab in York Graduate Center room 110)

Initially, you will need to configure the desired printer on your laptop, following the instructions below.

Once setup, printing wirelessly is a two-part process.  First, you send the document to the desired wireless printer.  The print job is saved in a queue on your computer.  Multiple jobs may be saved to this queue.  Second, from the computer where the document was sent, you must go to, login and release the desired document to the printer.  It will now be printed and the appropriate pages deducted from your print balance

NOTE: Wireless printing is only accessible when your laptop is connected to Lewis & Clark College’s network.

First time users should use the instructions below to install a wireless printer.      

  Wireless Printing Helpsheets

Configuring Wireless Printing on your Macintosh 
Configuring Wireless Printing on your Windows XP Computer
Configuring Wireless Printing on your Windows 8/7/Vista Computer
Printing Wirelessly

Print Drivers

Mac Print Driver


Watzek Wireless Printer   Grad Wireless Printer   Dubach Wireless Printer

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