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Use your Mountaineer ID card to print documents in WVU buildings around the Morgantown campus.

MyPrinting is a web-based service. Students, faculty and staff can print securely, copy and scan at MyPrinting locations. Documents can be sent from any desktop or mobile device via email by uploading to https://myprinting.wvu.edu

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Pinned Article Supported File Types for Printing from Email and Browser

A list of file types that may be printed from email or browser.

How to Resize a PowerPoint Presentation to Letter Paper Size

Learn how to resize PowerPoint presentations before printing to ensure none of the content is cropped.

Make a Copy (MyPrinting)

Step-by-step instructions on how to make a copy using MyPrinting.

MyPrinting FAQ

If you have a question about MyPrinting, check the MyPrinting FAQ.

MyPrinting Installation Guide for macOS

Step-by-step instructions for installing MyPrinting software for OS X.

MyPrinting Installation Guide for Windows 7, 8/8.1, and 10

Step-by-step instructions for installing the MyPrinting software for Windows.

MyPrinting Locations

A list of printing features provided by MyPrinting across campus.

MyPrinting Quick Print Guide

Instructions for using MyPrinting and supported document formats.

MyPrinting Requirements

What you need in order to use MyPrinting.

Print Using OS X (MyPrinting)

How to use MyPrinting with OS X.

Print Using Windows (MyPrinting)

How to use MyPrinting with Windows.

Print Using Your Email

How to print a document using your WVU email.

Print Using Your Web Browser

How to upload and print a document using your browser.

Scan to a USB Device (MyPrinting)

Step-by-step instructions on how to scan a document and save it to a USB device.

Scan to Email (MyPrinting)

Step-by-step instructions on how to scan a document and send a an attachment via email.

Wireless Printing at WVU

Instead of using a personal wireless printer, use MyPrinting.