UNBSJ Laptop Printing
If you are having difficulty installing or printing please do not hesitate to stop by the Information Desks. Staff will be happy to set up the printers for you.
- From your laptop, open your web browser and log in to your UNB [Portal].
- Select myPrint from the launch menu.
- Click Choose File and select the file you would like to print.
- Once the file is selected, click Next.
- A dropdown menu will appear with a list of printers, select the printer you would like to print to.
- Click Advanced to get more print options.
- Click Print to send the job to the printer you have selected.
Set Your Favourite Printers
Don't want to see all the printers on both campuses every time you print?
Click on My Printers in the tab menu. Put a check mark next to the printers you actually use and then click Save Changes.
Now only these printers will appear in the list when you print a document.
Did not print
Files that are not among the supported types may not print. Supported file types are: Microsoft Office files, PDF, JPG, GIF, PNG, TIF, BMP.
Very large file types (over 20MB) may also not print. If you must print a large file, it is recommended that you do so from a wired lab computer.
Print a webpage
To print a webpage from EveryonePrint, go to the page you want to print and select File > Print... from the top menu.
Select the PDF button (Firefox) or change the Printer Destination to Save as PDF (Chrome). You can now upload this PDF document to print.
Follow the instructions on the EveryonePrint webpage to install driver printing on your laptop.
Before you follow the instructions on the webpage, you must have the proper drivers for your chosen printer. Decide which printer you would like to install on your laptop and then download and install the corresponding driver.
These links will bring you to the manufacturer's websites. Make sure you choose the driver appropriate for your operating system.
| All UNBSJ Lab Printers:
| HWK Commons Copier
[Bizhub 227 Drivers]
| Colour Printer:
[Bizhub c368 Drivers]
| CSAS Lab
|use generic postscript drivers|
From the main page, select Driver Print and then click on your operating system.
Click the Advanced radio button and then the Continue button.
Follow the instructions given to you on the next page to set up driver printing.
NOTE: printing this way still uses your print credits - if you do not have enough to print your document, you will have to purchase more print credits.