By attaching a file to an email and sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org, wēpa is compatible with nearly any device with an internet connection. More information can be found at the Email-to-Print post. Regarding Windows Tablets, there are two types, Windows Surface RT (Windows Surface 2 for the later generation) and Windows Surface Pro. Windows Surface RT and Surface 2 tablets do not allow the installation of third party software therefore not allowing the installation for the wēpa print driver. In this instance simply use the previously mentioned Email-to-Print feature from wēpa. If tablet is a Windows Surface Pro, simply install the Windows Print App.
23 articles about Print App (Driver)
Windows Print App: Color Upload – Prints Black/White
Check the following post if document uploaded through Windows Print App as Color but printed black and white:
WEPA-BW is not Available Under Printer Device Option
Uploaded Document Does NOT Appear at Print Station
Documents uploaded but do not show up in queue when logged in at wēpa Print Stations are caused by incorrect page setup settings. Below are the instructions on how to change the paper size from A4 to Letter:
Print App: Upload Documents
Upload documents easily using the Windows Print App or Mac Print App by opening document in default software, click File>Print, select wēpa printer, then Print. The following post shows how to upload documents using the Windows Print App and Mac Print App:
Mac Print App Version 5: Java Requirements
For OS X 10.9 Mavericks and below Mac users, the Version 5 Mac Print App will need to be installed. Java 6 is a requirement.
Mac Print App Not Working After Install
Check the following post if Mac Print App is not working after install:
Cannot Download Mac Print App: Error States File is Damaged
Use the following instructions to disable/set Gatekeeper to download the Mac Print App:
Printing a webpage using the wēpa Print App has sporadically caused blank pages to print. It is recommend to save the webpage as a PDF document to computer, then proceed to upload to avoid the blank pages issue. The following post shows how to save a webpage as a PDF document on the Google Chrome, Android Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox browsers: