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Friday, April 18, 2014

Using the Library

9. Can I send a fax? 

Can I use the Internet?
Public computers can be used free of charge at all branch locations. Your library card number (check under the barcode on the back of your card) and PIN is required to log on.

Visitor's passes are available at the counter for those in town for a short time. Visitor's passes are only issued once per day.

How long can I use the Internet?
Library patrons are granted access to Internet computers for a total of 180 minutes (3 hours) per day. You can have as many as 60 minutes per session for three sessions.

Internet time use is tracked by minutes (e.g., if a customer uses 30 minutes during their first session, they will have 150 minutes remaining).

Visitor's passes grant 60 minutes of usage. This time is also tracked by minutes. Visitor's passes are only valid on the day of issue.

What software is available?
The Windows XP operating system is currently in use on all public computers, which come equipped with:
  • Internet access (Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox)
  • Microsoft Office Suite Professional 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher)
  • Windows Media Player
  • CD/DVD burning capability
Can I use free wireless?
All library branches are equipped with wireless (Wi-Fi) Internet access.

You may bring in your own wireless-capable device (laptop or mobile device) and connect to the Internet.

An internal or external wireless card, as well as software appropriate to the card, is required for the device. Most devices manufactured within the last five years come already equipped with wireless capability.

The library's wireless networks is an open, public network, and the library does not recommend that you conduct secure transactions, such as banking or shopping, over the public wireless network.

More information about wireless access.

Can I print?

Public computers within the library will print to a networked printer; copies print in black and white only. At this time, wireless printing is unavailable. 

How much does it cost to print?

Printing costs $.15 per page and can be paid at the checkout desk by cash or check only. Checks under $5 cannot be accepted. For large print jobs, visit the checkout desk prior to printing.

Can I make a photocopy?

Photocopier machines are available at all branches. Copy paper is supplied; other paper may not be used. 

How much does it cost to make a photocopy?

Cost for photocopies is $.15 per page. Machines take coins, $1 bills, and $5 bills for large jobs.

Can I send a fax?

The libraries do not provide public fax machines, but can supply information local businesses that offer this service.

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