Printing to Campus Printers with MPrint
S4350 October 2013
With MPrint, you can print from your own computer to printers in the Campus Computing Sites, printers in ResComp Sites, and other campus printers that are set up to provide printing as part of the standard computing services.
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What Is MPrint?
MPrint is a web-based application that lets you print to certain campus printers from any computer that has web access. Basically, MPrint uploads the file you want to print to a web server and then uses the web server to send the file to any campus printer that has been set up to work with MPrint. This includes printers in the Campus Computing and ResComp Sites, as well as some printers at U-M Libraries.
What File Types Can You Print?
MPrint supports the following file types, but the preferred type is PDF (Portable Document Format):
.ai, .bmp, .c, .cpp, .csv, .doc, .docx, .eps, .gif, .h, .ico, .jp2, .jpeg, .jpg, .m, .odf, .pdf, .php, .png, .pps, .ppsx, .ppt, .pptx, .ps, .psd, .py, .rtf, .tif, .tiff, .txt, .xls, .xlsx, .xml, .xps
Enabling MPrint Locker will allow you to upload documents to a secure space for later use. Once in your Locker, a document can be sent to any available printer via the MPrint web application.
In order to utilize MPrint services through the M+Box service, the two accounts need to be connected through a one-time setup process.
Check Your Balance
To check your print account balance, log into the MPrint - Usage page.
Visit ITS's Information System to obtain ITS computer documentation and other resources.
The ITS Service Center provides a variety of computing help resources.
For further help with this or any other topic, call 734-764-HELP  or submit an online service request.