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Recover Recently Printed Documents at Print Station

Want to re-print documents that you recently printed at the print station and avoid recovering at the wēpa website? Wēpa has released a NEW feature at the print station that will allow you to recover print jobs that have been printed and uploaded in the past 6 days:

How wēpa works

PRINT SOLUTION

Send your documents on-the-go and print at any conveniently located wēpa print station.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

1.Create Your Account

First-time users, create your wēpa account at any wēpa print station or online at wepanow.com.

2.Deposit Funds

At the wēpa print station, log in and select the “Deposit Funds” button.
On the web, log in at wepanow.com and select “Menu>Deposit Funds.”

3.Upload Your Documents

Send your documents to the wēpa print cloud from your smart phone, tablet or computer.

4.Log In At Any wēpa Print Station

Enter your username and password or swipe a tagged card.

5.Print Your Documents

Select your method of payment.
wēpa account and credit/debit cards are accepted.

FOR FASTER LOG IN WITH THE USE OF A CARD:

Tag any card with a magnetic stripe to your wēpa account.
Log in and select the “tag card” icon at the wēpa print station to tag your card.

UPLOAD YOUR DOCUMENTS AND PRINT!

Try one of these easy ways to print using wēpa:

Cloud

Access your Box, Google Drive, Dropbox or OneDrive account at any wēpa print station to print your files.

Web

Log in at wepanow.com/webupload, select your documents and “send to wēpa.”

Traditional

One-time download: wepanow.com/printapp
Open your document, choose “File>print” and select your preferred wēpa printer.

Email

Using the email tied to your wēpa account, email your documents to print@wepanow.com.

Mobile

Download the “wēpa Print” app and follow the instructions.

USB

Insert your USB drive at any wēpa print station.

How to Print: Upload / Print Methods

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Multiple methods are available to print at a wēpa print station. The following post provides information on the different methods of uploading and/or printing documents:

  • Print App: Windows / Mac
  • Email-To-Print
  • Web Upload
  • Cloud Storage
  • Mobile App: Android / iOS
  • USB

Cloud Storage & LMS

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Access documents on cloud storage or learning management system (LMS) applications directly at a wēpa print station. Cloud storage applications currently available are box, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, and Office 365. Learning Management Systems are available depending on the school and include Canvas, D2L, Moodle, Blackboard Learn, or Sakai.

Android Mobile App

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Upload documents from an Android device by using the Android Mobile App. Download the Android App from the Google Play Store by searching ‘wēpa print‘.

Note: If no results appear, the Android Mobile App is not supported on device. Use the Email-To-Print service to upload documents.

Windows Print App

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  • The Windows Print App is the most flexible way to print from Windows.
  • Print from any software by choosing File>Print and selecting a wēpa printer.
  • Works with: Windows computers and Surface Pro tablets.
  • For Windows Surface RT or Windows Surface 2 tablet, please use Email-To-Print or Web Upload.
  • If you want to deploy this to multiple public computers, click here.

Quick Start: Download this and run it.

See below for information on the following topics:

  • Website Download
  • Installation
  • Lab / Public Options
  • How to Print
  • Guest Printing
  • Uninstalling

Mac Print App

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  • The Mac Print App is the most flexible way to print from a Mac.
  • Print from any software by choosing File>Print and selecting a wēpa printer.
  • If you want to deploy this to multiple public computers, click here.

Quick Start: Download this and run it.

See below for information on the following topics:

  • Website Download
  • Installation
  • Lab / Public Options
  • How to Print
  • Guest Printing
  • Setting Default Printer
  • Uninstalling