NOTE: step one is loading the download file onto your PC.
Note *where* the download is going to!
I am unable to Print articles from Tipasa and Adobe Acrobat is installed.
If Acrobat opens in your browser instead of a separate window make sure you use the Acrobat print icon instead of your browser print commands.
Forgetting to do this will result in printing one blank page only.
These ILL articles come in huge files, sometimes 1 mb and more. Not only does it take a long time for some of them to load (depending on your connection), but then printing them requires reloading again. Depending on your Printer's memory, this could take a long time as well.
Bottom line: if the document is loading, be *very* patient.
Best bet: find the fastest Internet connection and printer combination to print the articles.
I was not notified that an article or book had arrived
If you were not notified, either your Tipasa contact information in is incorrect, or a telephone message could not be delivered.
NOTE: You may update your contact information in Tipasa.
It still remains your responsibility to check on the status of your request (permit at least a week to pass first!). Contact the Circulation Desk (989.964.4240). Tipasa will tell you when the lending library has the article or book in transit.