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Printing in the Library: Copying

A guide on using the new printing system in the Moorpark College Library

Copying pages from a bound book or stapled pieces of paper

1. Select the page and place it face down, in the upper-left corner of the glass.  The default orientation is 8.5" across, 11" down, as pictured below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. On the copy machine touchscreen select “Copier," and on the payment kiosk select "Make Copies."

3. When the "Payment Options" screen appears on the payment device, swipe your card, stripe side down and on the right, into the card reader.

4. On the copy machine touchscreen, select any options such as single-sided to double-sided, resize, number of copies.  If you are selecting multiple options, the payment device may time out.  If it beeps and a timeout warning sounds, select “Continue Session”.

5. Press the Start button.

6. When done, press “End Session” on the payment device touch screen.

Copying pieces of paper

1. If you have loose paper (no staples, no rips/tears), place the entire stack of papers, face up, in document feeder on the top of the copier:

 

2. On the copy machine touchscreen select “Copier," and on the payment kiosk select "Make Copies."

3. When the "Payment Options" screen appears on the payment device, swipe your card, stripe side down and on the right, into the card reader.

4. On the copy machine touchscreen, select any options such as single-sided to double-sided, resize, number of copies.  If you are selecting multiple options, the payment device may time out.  If it beeps and a timeout warning sounds, select “Continue Session”.

5. Press the Start button.

6. When done, press “End Session” on the payment device touch screen.

Color copies

To copy in color:

Place document on glass or place in feeder

On the standing kiosk, select “Make Copies” and then swipe payment card

On the copy machine touchscreen, select “color” and then “Start”:

You will see this informational screen on the standing kiosk while the color copying is happening: