WebApps Printing

Since the WebApps service is running on hosted servers, the applications are not designed to print to your personal or office printers. There are two common methods for printing a file from within an application.

Printing to a PDF Document saved on the PASS or UDrive space

All applications within this remote service can create a PDF document from an open file. These documents can then be saved to the PASS or UDrive space.

  1. Select “File” from the menu directly above the Word document. A sidebar menu will appear on the left side, as illustrated in the following image. Select “Print” from the side menu.
  2. Under the “Printer” heading, chose the “PDF Printer” from the Printer drop-down menu. This printer has been selected in the above image and is highlighted in orange.
  3. Click the “Print” button directly above the printer to start the PDF creation.
  4. A dialog entitled "PDFCreator” followed by the current version number will appear. From this window you can specify a document title and some other attributes.  After clicking the 'Save' button in the lower right it will prompt you to select the folder to which you want to save your document. You should save the document to your personal PASS (X:) or personal UDrive (V:) folder.
  5. Finally, you can download this PDF file to your personal device using WebFiles.

Printing to a PDF opened within your local browser

Using this method allows you to use a printer connected to your client device.  It does this by creating a PDF and sending it as a link to your browser. 

  1. Select “File” from the menu directly above the Word document. A sidebar menu will appear on the left side, as illustrated in the following image. Select “Print” from the side menu.
  2. Under the “Printer” heading, chose the printer that begins with “Ericom AccessNow Printer” from the drop-down menu. This printer has been selected in the above image and is highlighted in orange.
  3. Click the “Print” button directly above the printer to send this document to your browser.
  4. You will be prompted to view the output in your local browser.  When you accept and click the "View" button your browser will open the PDF document for you to save or print.

 

Last Updated February 18, 2015