2 Sided Printing, Staple & Hole Punch! (on a MAC)

We think everyone is slowly getting the hang of two-sided printing, stapling, and hole punching from a PC but the MACs have been an issue up until now (thank you José). When your paper is about to be printed

  1. Go to the File pull-down menu and select Print (Command P).
  2. In the Print pop-up box select Printer Features
  3. Select Offset Tray / Finisher from the Output box
  4. From the Staple box select 1 Staple or 2 Staples
  5. And if you so desire check the Punch box

staple-hole-punch
If you want to print two-sided, while you are still in the Print pop-up box

A. Select Layout

B. Choose Long-Edge binding from the Two-Sided box

C. Now you are ready to Print

two-sided-printing
All that is left to do is to input all your username and password into PaperCut, walk up to a copier and tap your card.

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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One comment on “2 Sided Printing, Staple & Hole Punch! (on a MAC)
  1. […] print two-sided, staple & hole punch using a PC. For information on how to do this on a MAC see 2 Sided Printing, Staple & Hole Punch! (on a MAC). And, if your browser of choice is Chrome see Two-Sided Printing with Google […]

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