Question about Canon imageRUNNER 3300 All-In-One Laser Printer
You can try turning on DepID management. This will not separate photocopying and printing but it will allow you to record how much has been printed for each job/client. Make sure you have Job Accounting turned on in the print preferences/properties (can't remember which) if using this method. Then remember to print the total off each week and clear the totals on the machine.
Alternatively if you want detailed logs (e.g. info on each item printed, can't do this for photocopying I'm afraid) then print charging software such as PaperCut could be useful for you. I currently use the free version of that software (free for 5 users or less). This will provide detailed logs down to every job, what kind of paper was used, b&w/colour and will allow different costs/prices to be set for different size paper, b&w and colour etc. You install PaperCut on the server and share the printer from your server and install the client on each machine.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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