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CUIT laser printers are controlled by software called NINJa. The NINJa printing system was developed at Columbia to maintain print queues, prevent unnecessary printouts, keep track of print quotas, and make sure you receive your job.

Instructions for using NINJa are available online. The expiration time for each CUIT printer is shown in the list of printers.

The following applications are supported for printing. (These are the same applications used in our public computing facilities. Other applications may work, but are not supported by CUIT.)
Microsoft Excel for Macintosh OS X and Windows
Microsoft Word for Macintosh OS X and Windows

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