Getting Campus Computers to Print

For some reason, most of our classroom computers are not set up to print to the classroom printer! They all are set up to print to a useless program called Microsoft OneNote, which is designed to let you scribble on things using your Microsoft Surface computer—but not do anything else with the document.

The link below will add the classroom printer to the desktop computer in front of you. Please note:

First, a quick test

Open Microsoft Word, type some sort of quick gibberish document, and then press <Ctrl>P to start the printing process. Look at the upper left, just under the Print button.

Setting up the classroom printer

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Revised 11/21/17 • Page author: Curtis Allen • e-mail: