STEP 1: After the patron has sent the document to the printer.
STEP 2: Locate the print station and double-click on the user name typed to send the print job.
* If printing from an express computer station, sometimes it will not ask for a user name. The print job will be located under the name “Express Internet.”
STEP 3: Click the small box in the top left corner to select all items to print.
STEP 4: Click Print.
STEP 5: Review the cost, and insert the required payment into the pay machine.
STEP 6: Click Print.
STEP 1: There are a couple ways to do this: cash or we can charge your library card account.
STEP 2: You can release your print job(s) at the Computer Print Outs, and pay with coins (no pennies!) or paper money. The pay machine only takes coins (no pennies), $1 or $5 bills—the Circulation Desk can break your big bills into smaller bills.
STEP 3: If your print job costs $5 or more, and you do not have cash on you, Circulation has a credit card machine. Please note they will not swipe your card for less than $5. Staff will then release your print job for you.
STEP 4: If you do not have any means of paying for your print job, we will charge your library card account on good faith and you can pay the next time you come in. Staff will then release your print job for you.
The print system does not take debit or credit cards.
No, you cannot use your own paper in the Library's copiers. We lease these copiers and all paper trays are set to specific paper sizes and thicknesses for the paper that the Library purchases. Using your own paper could result in a paper jam or color shift which could harm the copier.
The user name will identify your print job on the print release station so you know it is yours. We suggest using your name to make it easy to identify. The password is not necessary, unless you do not want someone to accidently print out your print jobs.
If printing from an express computer station, sometimes this step will not present itself. Do not be alarmed, the print job will be located under the name “Express Internet.”