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Color Printing from Citrix

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Color Printing

On Macs, Citrix applications will only connect to the default printer and therefore do not connect to the color printer, MPC-C. Since only the Macs in the library are connected to the color printer, there is no way to directly color print from Citrix applications. However, if you do require color printing from Citrix, there is a couple of ways to do this. The first is to simply screenshot the item that needs to be printed in color by pressing Command-Shift-4 on the keyboard and then dragging a box around the item. The second option is to export the item that needs to be printed as an image or pdf through it's respective application. Below are details on how to do this in the various Citrix applications. 

 

SPSS

To create a pdf file for local printing, go to File -> Export. 
Note:
This is only available from the Output window. 

Now, select the All radio button, and make sure the Type field is set to Portable Document Format (*.pdf). Then browse to your personal space on the network, name the file, and click the OK button. 

 

Maple

To create a pdf file for local printing, go to File -> Export As

Now browse to your personal space on the network. Give the file a name, and be sure to select PDF (.pdf) as the file type and click on the Save button. 

 

iThink

To export an image for local printing, select File -> Save As Image

Now, navigate to your personal network space, it should be the default. Give your file a name, and select JPEG file (*.JPG) and click on the Save button.

 

Minitab

To export a graph for printing, select File -> Save Graph As

Now, navigate to your personal space on the server. Give your file a name and select the PNG Color (*.PNG) as the file type. Then click the Save button. 

 

R

To export a graph for printing, select File -> Save As -> PDF

Now, navigate to your personal space on the server. Give your file a name, and make sure that PDF files (*.pdf) is selected from the Save as Type dropdown menu (it should be by default). Now click the Save button. 

 

Stata

To export a graph for printing, select File -> Save As.

Now, navigate to your personal space on the server. Name your file, and select Portable Network Graphics (*.png) from the Save as type dropdown menu. Then click the Save button. 

 

Gebco Digital Atlas

To create an image file for local printing, go to File -> Save As

Now, navigate to your personal space on the server. Give your file a name, and click Save
Note: You do not need to change the Save as Type field since there is only one option, Windows Bitmap (*.bmp).

Double-click the file to open it under Preview.

Go to File -> Print.  From the Printer dropdown menu, select MPC-C.  Then click Print.

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