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Computer + Tech Resources

Printing + Scanning

The Library strives to keep up with all of your business and personal documentation needs.

We have two photocopiers:  one can print in color, the other only black and white. Both can print double-sided. Library offers scanning for public use. Any kind of document or picture can be scanned and converted to an electronic file. It can then be saved to a flash drive, printed, or emailed.

  • $.25 per page for black and white
  • $.50 per page for color
  • $1.00 per page for 11 x 17 size paper
  • Scanning is free of charge.

Wireless Printing

Patrons can also send documents from their smart-device or personal computer for the library to print by forwarding them here. All documents/photos should be in the following format: .jpg, PDF, .doc. Anything else should be converted into one of those formats. Patrons have 4 days to pick up their documents.

Send all documents through email to print@sopl.org.

Scanning

With Library Board and Friends of the SOPL support, we offer to the community members ScanPro services. ScanPro helps to convert microfilm collections that include 16mm, 35mm, fiche, jacketed fiche and aperture cards and perform on-demand research all within in one unit. The All-In-One allows you to easily read, scan, print and convert your images with exceptional speed and accuracy.

The All-In-One conversion scanners are fast, and have features and capabilities not found on any other microfilm equipment, like the ability to repair files in very poor and unreadable condition. The scans can be saved on flash drives, send via email, or printed.