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*LIST of Library Information: Printing/Copying/Scanning

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Printing Update

All multi-function printers will be compatible with a feature called “Secure Release”. For a majority of your print jobs, this feature will send your prints to a print queue and will allow you to release the print job on any multi-function printer on campus.

To make this release process as efficient as possible, we recommend that all staff and students use their ID badge as a swipe card.

Staff can request an ID badge through the attached Key Request Card Access Form. The ID badges will take about 14 days to receive.

Students get their student ID badge through Student Life.

How do I add the printer number?

As a part of Rethink Print 2020, we are encouraging and recommending all staff and students to use Release Print, vs. adding individual printers.

It gives you the flexibility to get your prints from anywhere on campus.

The correct printer driver (the printer you will print to) is named “ReleasePrint”.

This printer driver is now installed on all College issued computers and laptops and is set as the default printer for all staff.

Once you send a print job, you can “release” that print job on any printer on campus.  


Entering credentials

When entering your credentials into the printers, please note that once you hit the shift key to use a capital letter, it will stay on until you hit shift again.

We recommend getting an ID badge so you only have to enter your credentials once when you register your card.

Staff can request an ID badge through the Facilities work order system, under Key Card Access request.

Students can request an ID badge by completing the form found at



Phase 1 of placing the new large Konica Minolta devices is underway. While many printers have been installed already, some devices are on back order. We are looking to finish up the Appleton and Oshkosh area campuses this week and Waupaca and Clintonville next week. Phase 2 of placing new desktop HP multi-function printers will be starting at a later date. I will communicate more on this when I have an accurate timeframe.


More information can also be found through our knowledge base:

Using FVTC Campus Printers

This week, our print vendor, Marco, will be installing new desktop multi-function printers on FVTC Campuses. In most cases, these printers will be replacing older printers that can no longer be supported. As a reminder, all of the new printers will now work with the default printer option called ReleasePrint. I have attached a user guide for reference. If you have any print related questions, please visit our knowledge base: If you are having technical issues, please contact the Help Desk 920-735-5644

Using This Printer

Log into the device

  1. Type in your user ID/password
  2. Swipe your Staff or Student ID card
    1. The first time you use your ID card the printer will prompt you to register your card. You will need to enter in your credentials one time and then you will be able to swipe your card every time after that.


  1. To print to this device, Choose the “ReleasePrint” queue. This queue will be pushed out to all FVTC computers.
  2. Select desired print options.
  3. Click Print. You will get a notification “Your document has been held in a queue. Before the document will be printed, you will need to log into a printer and release your document.”
  4. Go to the printer to release your prints.
    1. Log into the printer.
    2. Select “Print Release”
    3. Select the file you wish to release, or select all.
      1. At this screen you can also choose to override default settings such as Print to Grayscale, and Print 2 sided.
      2. Click print
    4. Log off the device
    5. Sanitize the display the screen


  1. Log into the device
  2. Select ‘Device Functions’
  3. Choose desired print options
  4. Click Start

Scan to Email

  1. Log into the device
  2. Select ‘Scan’
  3. Choose one of the scanning locations
    1. Scan to Email
    2. Scan to OneDrive
  4. Choose desired scan options
  5. Click Start

For questions, please contact Printing Services 920.735.5788

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