Installing SecurePrint on a PC



If you are using a company owned PC connected to the domain, you should already have the new printer queue. It’s named SecurePrint and should look similar to this.

SecurePrint Queue

If you are on a personally owned PC computer, that is either connected to a wire or to the secure wireless so that you can access other network resources.

⊞ + R to bring up a run line
Then in the blank type:

Make sure the S and P are capital.

It should ask for your username and password to connect.  This is only the first part of your ID, no When it connects, you will probably see the print queue, which shows jobs that are waiting to be released.  

If it reaches this point, it should have installed the printer on your computer.

If you have a Mac, follow these instructions:

How to remove yourself from an Office 365 group

If you wish to leave a group (like the BCC film processors), there is a simple way that you can do this yourself instead of emailing the entire group.

If you access Outlook through a web browser:

On the left you should see groups>BCC Film Processors, click on the group name. That will open up the group and you can see any messages etc. Once again click on the group name and that will bring up details of the group. You should see three dots … click on those dots. That will open up a drop down menu with leave group as one of the choices. You could also choose to remain a member of the group and deselect follow in inbox.

If you access outlook through your desktop, it’s a very similar process, but looks slightly different.

Thanks to Michelle Varney for these instructions.

Related post: How to schedule with the group calendar
Related post: How to manage (reduce) notifications for groups

Group Notifications

Here’s how to reduce or eliminate notifications from groups (video below)

In your email, scroll down in the left column until you see the list of groups you are a member of.

Choose a group. Then in the next column, just below the Group name, click the three dots …., and then click Settings

This will open a new pane on the right edge where you can choose when or if you get notifications from this group.

Related post: How to schedule with the group calendar
Related post: How to remove yourself from an Office 365 group

Group Calendars

Reserving a time on shared resources

It’s really the same as any other calendar entry.  You go to the calendar, and double click an empty spot to open the meeting dialogue box. 

  1. On the very top line, choose which calendar you are adding to
  2. Put your name and the floor you’re reserving on the next line. 
  3. Make sure there are NO attendees listed unless you need to let a specific person know about the reservation. Do not include the group ever.
  4. Choose the date and time you are reserving
  5. Choose Save at the top, below the calendar name

Related post: How to manage (reduce) notifications for groups
Related post: How to remove yourself from an Office 365 group

Setting up Chinese (Pinyin) input on Windows

Pinyin input in Windows 10

In order to setup, follow these steps:


  1. Click the Start button and type ‘Region’.
  2. Click on ‘Region and Language Settings’.
  3. Click on ‘Add a Language’.
  4. From the list of languages select Chinese Simplified.
  5. Select Chinese (Simplified, China).
  6. Click on Language pack available.
  7. Click on Options button.
  8. Wait for Download to complete.
  9. Under Keyboards click on Add a keyboard (If you don’t see keyboards, right click the Language you just added.)
  10. Click on Microsoft Pinyin Input method editor and choose the language editor of your choice.

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Pinyin input in Windows 7

There are instructions here for Windows 7, they are a little less organized

How to turn off the clutter folder

  • Click on the setup (star washer) in the top right on your email
  • Click on mail near the bottom of the side window that opens
  • Find clutter on the left hand size under Mail / Automatic Processing and click on it.
  • Remove the checkmark next to ‘Separate items identified as clutter’ and then click Save.

Print job won’t come out ?

Sometimes when you go to release your print job, it acts like it’s going to print and then nothing happens…This is usually because there is an error in a print job, either yours or one that was printed before yours.

Here’s what to do. Before you are even logged into the printer, you might notice that the light on the left edge is orange.

If that’s the case, you can look at the job(s) that caused the problem and delete them so that your job can come out. Press the Access button on the far right edge of the screen. Note in the top right corner where it says “Print Error.”

Go ahead and tap the screen there. You will get a screen that looks something like this one with a list of print jobs and show one or  more that say “Printing Error” as the status. Choose the job with the printing error and press “Delete” over to the right.

Once the jobs with errors are gone, printing should resume normally.

One side printing from Excel (and many other programs)

It has been noted that printing documents one-sided is not working as you might expect it to and Microsoft Excel produces so really interesting results when the issue occurs.  The problem stems from the fact that the printers properties override the application (in this case Excel) properties.  Instead of using Excel’s properties to choose one-sided as shown here:

Use the printer’s properties by choosing it here

and then choose One-sided and OK in the dialogue that opens, shown here

Notice that when you return to Excel, the printer has changed the Excel print dialogue to say one-sided AND now it will actually print one-sided.