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If you wish to change staff printing to departments or faculties, then you should make use of the Shared Accounts feature.  A Shared Account represents the department, faculty or cost center.  When the staff member prints they are prompted to select the account they wish to charge the printing to.
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If you wish to change staff printing to departments or faculties, then you should make use of the ''shared accounts'' feature.  A ''shared account'' represents the department, faculty or cost center.  When the staff member prints they are prompted to select the account they wish to charge the printing to.
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You can then run one of the many Shared Account reports each month to track how much printing was charged to each account.  You can even schedule the report to be automatically emailed monthly. See the manual chapter on [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-reports-scheduling.html | scheduled reports here]].


If you are no interested in department or faculty accounting then you can just track usage of individual staff members.  This can be done by running one of the many user printing reports.  If your staff members all belong to a "Staff" group, then you can use one of the Group/User reports that show all printing activity for a particular group of users.

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You can then run one of the many ''shared account'' reports each month to track how much printing was charged to each account.  You can even schedule the report to be automatically emailed monthly. See the manual chapter on [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-reports-scheduling.html | scheduled reports here]].

If you are not interested in department or faculty accounting then you can just track usage of individual staff members.  This can be done by running one of the many user printing reports.  If your staff members all belong to a "Staff" group, then you can use one of the group/user reports that show all printing activity for a particular group of users.

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->'''Important:''' [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ |PaperCut NG]] now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.

A: The knowledge base article [[ImplementingPaperCutInSchools | +]] provides a good overview of how other schools manage their teaching staff.  A common method to bill staff on a monthly basis is
to use the "count down" method as follows.

## On the first day of each month set all staff to an "unrestricted" and zero balance.  The group level functions ''Allocate Credit'' button can help you perform this operation in one step.

## As staff print their account will count down from zero reflecting printing cost
.

## At the end of each month, use the current account balance associated with each staff member's account to determine billing amount.  The in build reports
can assist in this area.
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A: The article [[ImplementingPaperCutInSchools | +]] provides a good overview of how other schools manage their teaching staff.

If you wish to change staff printing to departments or faculties, then you should make use of the Shared Accounts feature
.  A Shared Account represents the department, faculty or cost center.  When the staff member prints they are prompted to select the account they wish to charge the printing to.

For more information see the manual chapter that describes [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-shared-accounts.html | shared accounts here]].

You can then run one of the many Shared Account reports each month to track how much printing was charged to each account.  You can even schedule the report to be automatically emailed monthly. See the manual chapter on [[https://www
.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-reports-scheduling.html | scheduled reports here]].


If you are no interested in department or faculty accounting then you can just track usage of individual staff members.  This
can be done by running one of the many user printing reports.  If your staff members all belong to a "Staff" group, then you can use one of the Group/User reports that show all printing activity for a particular group of users.
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## On the first day of each month set all staff to an "unrestricted" and zero ballance.  The group level functions ''Allocate Credit'' button can help you perform this operation in one step.
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## On the first day of each month set all staff to an "unrestricted" and zero balance.  The group level functions ''Allocate Credit'' button can help you perform this operation in one step.
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## At the end of each month, use the current account balance associated with each staff member's account to determine billing amount.
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## At the end of each month, use the current account balance associated with each staff member's account to determine billing amount.  The in build reports can assist in this area.
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A: The knowledge base article [[ImplementingPaperCutInSchools | +] provides a good overview of how other schools manage their teaching staff.  A common method to bill staff on a monthly basis is to use the "count down" method as follows.
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A: The knowledge base article [[ImplementingPaperCutInSchools | +]] provides a good overview of how other schools manage their teaching staff.  A common method to bill staff on a monthly basis is to use the "count down" method as follows.
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->'''Important:''' [[http://www.papercut.biz/ |PaperCut NG]] now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.

A: The knowledge base article ImplementingPaperCutInSchools provides a good overview of how other schools manage their teaching staff.  A common method to bill staff on a monthly basis is to use the "count down" method as follows.
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->'''Important:''' [[http://papercut.biz/products/ng/ |PaperCut NG]] now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.

A: The knowledge base article [[ImplementingPaperCutInSchools | +] provides a good overview of how other schools manage their teaching staff.  A common method to bill staff on a monthly basis is to use the "count down" method as follows.
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->'''Important:''' [[http://www.papercut.biz/ PaperCut NG]] now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.
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'''Important:''' [[http://www.papercut.biz/ PaperCut NG]] now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.''
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-->'''Important:''' [[http://www.papercut.biz/ PaperCut NG]] now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.
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'''Important:''' PaperCut NG now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.''
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'''Important:''' [[http://www.papercut.biz/ PaperCut NG]] now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.''
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'''Important:''' PaperCut NG now includes shared accounts!  These provide a new way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.  This is ideal for tracking teaching staff printing by department or faculty.''
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Q: What is the best way to bill teaching staff on a monthly basis?

A: The knowledge base article ImplementingPaperCutInSchools provides a good overview of how other schools manage their teaching staff
.  A common method to bill staff on a monthly basis is to use the "count down" method as follows.

## On the first day of each month set all staff to an "unrestricted" and zero ballance.  The group level functions ''Allocate Credit'' button can help you perform this operation in one step.

## As staff print their account will count down from zero reflecting printing cost.

## At the end of each month, use the current account balance associated with each staff member's account to determine billing amount.

-->'' '''Note:''' PaperCut version 5.2 will include a new web based report to assist with the process of printing out the account balance of staff or members of a selected group.''

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