Quickly and conveniently print files by attaching them to an email, sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and picking them up from any print station. The following support post provides more details!
The following support post provides details on how to upload file with the wepa print app to be printed as a booklet setting:
The following support post provides details on Wepa’s new mobile apps on Android and iOS (iPhone), The new mobile app provides enhanced features for convenient login and uploads from cloud providers:
- The Linux Print App is the most flexible way to print from Linux.
- Print from any software by choosing File > Print and selecting a wepa printer.
Quick Start: Download this for DEB package or this for RPM package and run it.
See below for information on the following topics:
- Website Download
- How to Print
The following support post shows how to use the wepa scanners and upload your scans to a cloud source or print directly at the 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:
Print PowerPoint documents with multiple slides per page by using any of the print methods below:
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
- Web Upload
- Cloud Storage
- Mobile App: Android / iOS
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.