Printing and Scanning Documents

by on June 7th, 2016

One of the questions asked most frequently is how and where to print out documents.  We have a couple of ways to accomplish this.

If you just need to quickly pull up something from your email or another online site,  we have the EXPRESS internet stations which are in front of the print/copy area.   These stations have generic logins that will give you 15 minutes to complete your task.  If you have something more time-consuming to retrieve, edit, etc.  You can use your library card and password for 2 hours, or if you do not have a library card, you can get a guest pass from the Page Station for 1 hour of use at our public internet stations.

When your document is ready to print, the basic process consists of sending your item(s) to the print server .  You then log into the print server to retrieve your print job.

Black & white copies are $.10 each and color is $.50 per page.  There is a coin/cash box by the print station.

If you have documents to scan, several of the public internet stations have scanners attached.    For shorter tasks there is an EXPRESS scan station in the printer area.  This station has both a document   scanner for multi-paged items, and a flatbed scanner.  You can quickly scan your documents, convert to various formats, and email or send to your phone or a thumb drive for future use.  I have used the document scanner  several times and it is pretty slick.

There is also a special scanner for items with larger dimensions or for scanning slides in the microfilm reader area.

Information Desk and Page Station staff can assist you is using the printing or scanning services.

 

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