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City of Ryde Libraries offer a variety of ways to print and in each method, the general process is the same:
SEND your job to printer.
PAY for your printing by adding funds to your library card.
RELEASE your print job from the printer.
Our printing and scanning service accommodates many devices, operating systems and mobile apps, however these instructions can’t account for every device/app used to access documents, so it’s important to have a good knowledge of your mobile or laptop.
If printing from your email, make sure you know your email login credentials.
Printing and photocopying costs can be found here.
If you can access the document you want to print from email, cloud storage, a website or your USB, you can log into one of our library computers to print it.
To logout from the printer, press the physical ACCESS button to the right of the touchscreen. On the touchscreen, press Yes to Would you like to logout?
The Monitor app can be used to print your photos and documents from your phone.
NOTE: As the app remembers the last used library printer, make sure you are physically at the printer on the Print Confirmation page before pressing Print.
Here are steps for using the Monitor app to print a Gmail attachment on an iOS Apple phone. These steps may vary slightly depending on the email, photo and PDF app used on your phone:
Here are steps for using the Monitor app to print a Gmail attachment on an Android phone. These steps may vary slightly depending on the email, photo and PDF app used on your phone:
If you want to print something from your laptop, you can upload a document to a City of Ryde Libraries printer using Web Print. This method can also be used by accessing the Web Print website on your phone’s browser if you don’t want to download the Monitor printing app.
Whilst you can plug your USB into a library computer to print, you can also plug your USB directly into the printer to print. This will only work for PDF and JPEG documents:
We have several computers that have desktop scanners attached to them. However, you can also scan directly to your USB using the printer for free:
You can use the library printer to scan a document to your email: