Library Document Stations (scan, email, fax)

Library Document Station

  • Library Document Stations allow you to scan documents for 5¢ per page
  • Just put your money in the vending device and then choose your output option
  • Scan your documents in the format and quality you want. The stations have some basic editing capabilities such as cropping or rotating
  • You can fax, email, save to a USB drive, save to Google Drive (be sure to enable 3rd party access on your settings), or upload to your smart phone with a QR code reader app
  • You may also print these documents by following the instructions below for printing
  • Ask for assistance at any Reference Desk if you need help scanning

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Printing from our computers

  • You can print from any library computer for 5¢ per page
  • When you click on the print button on a document or web page, you may be prompted to enter a library card number or document name (you will need to remember this). If you are signed into an internet computer, your library card number will automatically become your document name
  • To easily print an email attachment, forward the email to one of the following addresses:
  • When you are ready to print, go to a Library Document Station or Print Release Station and type in your library card number, document name, or your email address if you forwarded an email
  • Select the document(s) you want to print, select Print, and then Pay From Vending Device
  • Insert your cash into the vending machine next to the printer to pay for your prints. Change will be available
  • Documents can be deleted or they will remain available to reprint until the library closes
  • Ask for assistance at any Reference Desk if you need help printing

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Printing from your own computer

Important Notice: Our printing system changed in April 2015. Please read and follow these updated instructions.

To print from your own computer or email, follow the links below:

  • Printing is 5¢ per page
  • Enter your email address and then locate the document you want to print on your computer. Click the Print icon and your document will be transferred
  • To print an email attachment, follow the link that says “How do I print from a mobile device?”
  • When you are ready to print, go to a Library Document Station or Print Release Station at the library branch you selected and type in your email address on the appropriate line
  • Select the document(s) you want to print, select Print or Reprint, and then Pay From Vending Device
  • Insert your cash into the vending machine next to the printer to pay for your prints. Change will be available
  • Documents can be deleted or they will remain available to reprint until the library close
  • Ask for assistance at any Reference Desk if you need help printing

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Printing from a mobile device

  • Download the PrinterOn app for your device
  • Open the app and locate the documents, photos, or web pages you want to print
  • Select a library printer near your location. You can save this printer for future use
  • Enter your email address and click OK. You will get a notification when your file has transferred
  • As an alternative to downloading the app, print an email attachment by forwarding the email to one of the following addresses:
  • When you are ready to print, go to a Library Document Station or Print Release Station at the library branch you selected and type in your email address on the appropriate line
  • Select the document(s) you want to print, select Print or Reprint, and then Pay From Vending Device
  • Insert your cash into the vending machine next to the printer to pay for your prints. Change will be available
  • Documents can be deleted or they will remain available to reprint until the library closes
  • Ask for assistance at any Reference Desk if you need help printing
  • You can also print many types of documents through the PrinterOn website (no app needed) using the following links:

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