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How do I copy in the library?

Last Updated: Apr 14, 2016  |  13 Views
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1. Swipe your OneCard to begin.


2. Select the Copy Button on the left.


3. Make your copies single or double sided (you will be charged 10 cents per page).

See the "How do I copy double-sided" question for more information.

(Shown selected- making two one-sided pages into one two-sided sheet)


4. Place documents in the upper left part of the scanning table, face down, or in the document feeder on top, face up. Press the start button to start scanning.


5. To Logout:
a. Swipe your OneCard again. OR
b. Select Print and then the Logout button.

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