|Floor||Room||Name||Color?||Duplex?||Can copier transparencies be used in it?*||Can Xerox Laser transparencies be used in it?*|
|0||9 (mail room)||floor0, hp00||Yes||No||No||Yes|
|Transparency Type||Can it be used in black-and-white printers (floor1*, floor2, room499*, floor4*)?||Can it be used in color printers (floor0, color)?||Can it be used in copiers?|
Please do not bring your own transparencies into the department for use in the copiers or printers. Use only the transparencies supplied by the astronomy department. If you have a transparency and you're not sure what kind it is, assume it's a write-on transparency and don't use it in any copier or printer. If you are at all uncertain about which transparencies to use in which printers, talk to Mary in room 477, Linda or Matt in room 11, or Kyle or John in room 13. We will be happy to tell you which are the appropriate transparencies.
If either color printer runs out of transparencies, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call:
Copier transparencies may be used in any copier in Kerr Hall. Do not use copier transparencies in the color printers, and do not use laser printer transparencies in the copiers. If you are in any doubt, ask Mary or a member of NICS before using a transparency in a copier or printer.
If you use a duplex printer to make transparencies, turn the duplexing off before making transparencies. To turn duplexing off:
Please do not leave the printer unattended while your transparencies are printing. Do not put transparencies in the internal paper trays of the printers. Put them in the external paper feed. If you are making a large number of transparencies at one time (I wouldn't do more than five or ten at once), be aware that making too many transparencies too fast can cause the printer to heat up and melt a transparency. Make your transparencies one at a time or in small batches.
If you accidentally do something wrong when trying to print a transparency, and the transparency is not coming out of the printer, turn the printer off. Do not print anything else on that printer, and do not attempt to remove the transparency from the fuser. Contact NICS immediately by email, by phone, or in person and tell us which printer is befouled. If it happens at night or on a weekend or holiday, email email@example.com and also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, saying which printer is out of commission.