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Printing - DeLand Campus

Guide to assist with printing issues when printing to the Follow Me Printers from campus computers in the duPont-Ball Library

Laptop Printing in the Library

You can print from any Internet enabled device by following the directions below. In the library, be sure your device is connected to the Student or FacultyStaff wifi network.

The printers from various areas of campus are accessible via this process, and the ones in the library are called dlapp27\FollowMePrinter-DeLand (virtual).

The following file types are allowed:

  • Microsoft Excel xlsx, xltx
  • Microsoft Word doc,  docxdot,  dotx, rtf, txt
  • Picture Files bmp, dib, gif, jfif, jif, jpeg, jpg, png, tif, tiff 
  • Microsoft PowerPoint ppt, pptx 
  • PDF pdf
  • XPS xps
Mac users: save files as a PDF or export to a Microsoft format.


login at

Web Print

Click on Web Print. Please Note: The Balance column does not mean you will be charged for printing. This is just a way for you to keep track of how much you have printed. You could have a negative balance and still print like normal.

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Select a Printer

Click on Submit a Job to upload a file to print.

click submit a print job


Select a the FollowMePrinter located in DeLand and then click on Print Options.

choose a printer

Number of Copies

Enter how many copies you would like then click on Upload Documents.

enter number of copies needed

Upload File

Upload the file you want to print then click on Upload & Complete. Please Note: Your document must be in a supported file format. Mac users should save their print file as a PDF, RTF, or a Microsoft file format.

upload documents

Pick Up Your Print Job

Finally, go to any printer, login with your 800 number, select the job to print, and pick up your print job from the printer. How easy is that?

when status is held in a queue, the document is ready to print

Have a question? Ask a librarian! Email Call or text 386-747-9028.