Laptop users will want to install WEPA drivers for their machines, so they can
print directly to the WEPA service. Having the driver installed, rather than
using the web printing service, will let you use all the print options available
on your laptop, such as picking a range of pages to print, doing 2-ups, etc.
Requirements: Windows operating system of Windows XP or higher, .Net Framework 2.0 or higher, and 250mg of free space.
Requirements: Macintosh operating system of 10.6 or higher, Java Virtual Machine, and 250 MB of free space.
Note that when you install the driver, it will set itself as your default
printer until you change it.
WEPA kiosk print drivers are also pre-installed on the Computer Lab image. To
print to a kiosk from a computer lab, select either "WEPA-BW" or "WEPA-COLOR"
from the print dialog. From there, follow the instructions for
under How to use WEPA Print Kiosks.
How to use WEPA Print Kiosks
There are three ways to print using a WEPA kiosk:
1) WEB - Printing
an Uploaded File
You can print previously saved documents by simply uploading them to the WEPA
2) USB - Printing from a
You can print directly from your USB drive at any WEPA print kiosk.
3) LOCAL - Printing from a local computer using
Word, Internet Explorer, etc.
If you are at a computer that has the WEPA client installed, you will be
prompted to login to your WEPA account whenever you print a document from an
Paying for Prints at the WEPA Kiosk with a Credit Card
When printing directly at the WEPA kiosk, you have the option of paying for your
prints by swiping a credit card without logging into or even creating a WEPA
account. However, there is a $0.20 surcharge per print job when you pay for your
prints by swiping a credit card at the WEPA kiosk. You can avoid this surcharge
by paying from your account on the WEPA website. You can even add value to your
WEPA account by swiping a credit card at the WEPA kiosk, and there is no
surcharge for doing this.