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This is a great feature of some of those network printers which can be a a huge perk but is rarely used. How many times have you needed to print that payroll spreadsheet and ran to the copy room so nobody was able to see the print out or bought local printers for everyone so they could print securely? Well did you know that many of the network printers have the ability to hold print jobs and only allow them to be printed by entering a security code on the printer itself? This means you just print to the network printer, enter a code to hold the document then when your ready you go to the printer, enter the security code and out come your print jobs.

Secure print to a Xerox printer

  1. On the File menu, click Print.
  2. Click Properties, and then click Advanced.
  3. Under Job type, select Secure Print.
  4. It will ask you to type in a four digit code twice.
    After you go to the printer, you select the job and then type in the same four digit code.

    Note   The procedure documented above is a general one; the actual procedure may differ for your specific type of Xerox printer.

Secure print to an HP printer

  1. On the File menu, click Print.
  2. Click Properties, and then click the Destination tab.
  3. Under Destination features, select Job Retention and then click Options.
  4. In the next dialog box, under Job Retention Mode, select Private Job.
  5. Enter your name, assign a name to the job you’re about to print, and then type a four digit code.
    Once you go to the printer, you select the job and then type in the same four digit code.

    Note   The procedure documented above is a general one; the actual procedure may differ for your specific type of HP printer.



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