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No printer? No problem!

Posted on: April 20, 2021

Whether you don’t have a printer at home or just ran out of ink, the Library can help. Our self-serve printing options at both City Centre and Poirier branches are quick and easy to use. Print a document in letter size (8.5” x 11”) or legal size (8.5” x 14”), choose single or double-sided, and select black and white or colour.

There are several options to print your document. Choose the one that works for you:

Option 1. Print a document from a library computer
Login to a public computer station at the Library. Bring up your document and send it to the printer by selecting File – Print. Then, use the Print Release Station to pay for and release your print job.

Option 2. Print from a USB drive (New!)
If your document is already on a USB drive, go directly to the Library printer and plug in your memory stick. Insert payment into the coin box and select your document and preferences. Then press print.

Option 3. Use our remote printing service
Submit your print job to the Library from anywhere with an internet connection. You can send your print job to us from a personal computer, smartphone/tablet or by email. For full instructions, see the Remote Printing section of our Print & Document Services webpage.To learn more about document services available at the Library including photocopying, scanning and faxing, visit coqlibrary.ca/services/printing or email us at ask@coqlibrary.ca