A duplexer was recently installed on the printer in the Law Library on the 5th floor near the reference desk. This means that you now have the option to print double sided.
Note that the cost is still the same (7 cents per page/side), but doubled sided printing will allow you to conserve paper.
The default is set to print single-sided printing. To change to duplex, start by selecting print as you usually would. In the print dialog box, select the Law Library printer (if there are multiple printers available, look for the one that says "LAWREF"). Then click the "Properties" button. Click on the "Printing Shortcuts" tab and select "Two-sided (Duplex) Printing" from the list. Click "OK" and then print as usual.
The Law Library printer is connected to all of the public workstations in the library. But, you can also connect your laptop to print to it as well. Simply follow the GoPrint instructions on the DoIT website. Note that the Law Library printer is labeled: ELAWREF_HP4015N and is on the server \libgoprint.library.wisc.edu
Submitted by Bonnie Shucha, Head of Reference on September 24, 2010
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