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Electronic Legal Deposit: Printing

Printing/Request a Printout

Printing from Electronic Legal Deposit PCs

Printing is permitted within normal copyright limits (i.e. one chapter or 5%, whichever is greater, of a book and one article from each issue of a journal).

From the toolbar select the print option in the top left-hand corner of the screen. Please be aware that the pages on the screen may not correspond to the page numbers in the print version of the book, so cannot be used when selecting which pages to print.  You will need to make a note of the page numbers from the toolbar and enter these into the page range section of the Print dialogue box (it is very important to select a page range so you do not end up printing the whole book).

Select print. A pop-up box will appear asking you for your login credentials. Enter your username and password and select ok.

Locate one of the Multifunctional Devices (MFDs) in the University Library or Affiliated Libraries. Log in using your Desktop Service account. You should then be able to select the print job in the queue and collect your printout.

More details on printing from MFDs in the University Library can be found here: https://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/using-library/plan-your-visit/it-facilities/printingphotocopyingscanning

Request a printout of Electronic Legal Deposit material

It is also possible to order printouts of a chapter or an article from material held as Electronic Legal Deposit. The material will be delivered in printed form only and can be posted to UK addresses. There is a charge of £2 per full printout. Further information can be found here: Request a printout of material held as Electronic Legal Deposit | Cambridge University Library

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