Mobile Print Services
Printing

Using our new MobilePrint Service™, you can print from your personal computer or mobile device to a color or black and white printer at Lexington Main, Cayce-West Columbia or Irmo Branch Library.

Printing from a laptop or desktop computer at home or work:

For pickup at Lexington Main Library

For pickup at Cayce-West Columbia BranchLibrary

For pickup at Irmo Branch Library

Choose black and white or color printer.

Enter your email address to be used to identify your print request at the library.

( you'll also get email confirmation that the print request was submitted and is ready for pickup )

Browse your device to find and select the file you wish to print.

Click the green Printer Icon to submit.

You will see the status of your print job along with a reference number.

Visit the reference area at the library and request that your print job be released. Staff will ask for your email address.

Printing from a tablet or smartphone app:

Go to your devices's app store ( Apple or Android ) find the PrinterOn App and install.

PrinterOn would like to send you notifications "Don't Allow"

Tap "no printer selected"

Tap location, "Allow PrinterOn to access your location while you use the app?" "ALLOW"

Expand location and tap on the library location.

Tap the information button and you will see 2 printers (Black & White and Color). Select one.

Select content to print (doc, email, photo or web)

Enter your email address (this identifies your print at the Library Reference area)

Click Print

Using email to send something directly to the print service :

You can email from any device directly to the print service using the email addresses below. If you add an attachment to the email, it is a separate print job.

Lexington Main Library - Black and White printer Color printer

Cayce-West Columbia Branch Library – Black and White printer Color printer

Irmo Branch Library - Black and White printer Color printer

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