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How do I print from my iPad or other mobile device?

Last Updated: Jan 04, 2016  |  245 Views

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To print wirelessly from your mobile device, please follow these steps:

1. Email your document to ksuprint@kennesaw.edu as an attachment.

2. Now you can release the print job at any campus Ricoh copier/printer.  For directions on how to release a print job, please click hereAll print jobs will be charged for color if the document contains any color content.

If you'd like to check and make sure your document was uploaded, you can visit ksuprint.kennesaw.edu to view all of your pending documents.

For support, troubleshooting or details you need to contact University Information Technology Services (UITS) at 470-578-3555, by e-mail at studenthelpdesk@kennesaw.edu, or in person at the Kennesaw Campus Technology Annex (Building #361)  or Marietta Campus Lower Level H Building.

For directions on how to print from your laptop, please click here.

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