PaperCut - Managing Your Account

PaperCut is a system to track printing and copying, which is used to bill student and guest accounts, as well as to provide data for printer management and planning.  It is the system students and guests use to:

  • View an account balance
  • See recent account activity
  • Redeem cash card to add funds to an account (guests)
  • Request a refund when a printer or copier is reported as malfunctioning.

Any browser will get to go/PaperCut or https://papercut.middlebury.edu/user.

To log on, users must authenticate using their network login credentials:PaperCut_Login  

You will be presented with your account summary and may perform specific tasks such as:

PaperCut_Account_Summary

Transaction History

Displays your balance history in detail.  You can review how, when, and why your balance was affected.

Recent Print Jobs

Lists recent print jobs in sequential order and includes the document’s name, number of pages, printer used, date and time, as well as their cost.  It is here you may request a refund by

  • identifying the job in question,
  • going to the Status column, and
  • clicking the Request Refund link.

Refunds are corroborated by machine malfunction reports.

Jobs Pending Release

Allows you to review

  • the cost of a job before releasing it
  • view print jobs in your queue
  • cancel print jobs

Printing from Your Own Computer
All print jobs processed through Web Print will be duplexed.  Web Print supports the following file formats:

  • Microsoft Excel            xlam, xls, xlsb, xlsm, xlsx, xltm, xltx
  • Microsoft PowerPoint    pot, potm, potx, ppam, pps, ppsm, ppsx, ppt, pptm, pptx
  • Microsoft Word            doc, docm, docx, dot, dotm, dotx, rtf, txt
  • PDF                            pdf
  • Picture Files                bmp, dib, gif, jfif, jif, jpe, jpeg, jpg, png, tif, tiff
  • XPS                            xps

How to Print

If you are a guest, you may print to printers in the Davis Family Library.

Students may print to public printers around campus.

Logout

Remember to click Logout to protect your account and personal information.

updated 9/15/17