Q. How do I make a copy/photocopy?

Answer

To make copies you'll need to have Creek Bucks in your student account.  See the link below for help with this.

Go to any of the library printers and swipe your ID card.  From the screen on the printer itself, choose Copy.  Enter in the total number of copies that you want to make of each page using the numbered keypad.
For help with the copier please seek assistance at the Circulation OR Research Assistance desks.  All library employees can help with copying and printing.

To make copies in the library you need to have Creek Bucks in your student account. Go to the copier and swipe your student ID through the card reader. After the reader verifies your account, select the copy option. Then enter in the total number of copies that you want to make. The reader will tell you how much that will be, select OK to confirm. Then use the copier keypad to continue making copies. - See more at: http://camelcat2.campbell.edu/howdoi/make-copies#sthash.Dkg1WOEK.dpuf
To make copies in the library you need to have Creek Bucks in your student account. Go to the copier and swipe your student ID through the card reader. After the reader verifies your account, select the copy option. Then enter in the total number of copies that you want to make. The reader will tell you how much that will be, select OK to confirm. Then use the copier keypad to continue making copies. - See more at: http://camelcat2.campbell.edu/howdoi/make-copies#sthash.Dkg1WOEK.dpuf
To make copies in the library you need to have Creek Bucks in your student account. Go to the copier and swipe your student ID through the card reader. After the reader verifies your account, select the copy option. Then enter in the total number of copies that you want to make. The reader will tell you how much that will be, select OK to confirm. Then use the copier keypad to continue making copies. - See more at: http://camelcat2.campbell.edu/howdoi/make-copies#sthash.Dkg1WOEK.dpuf

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  • Last Updated Jan 10, 2019
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