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Q Does the library have Internet computers for the public?
Richland Library has computers available for the public at all locations. If you have a library card you may have 3 hours per day on a library computer with access to the Internet and Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.
All locations also have express computers that allow anyone to access the Internet or Microsoft Office for 20 minutes. No library card is required to use an express computer.
Color printing is available from all computers at a cost of 25 cents per page.
Laptops are also available for checkout for use in the library at all locations except Ballentine. You must be 18 or older and have a library card in order to checkout a laptop.
Other special computers available at Richland Library Main include 3 Macs and a recording studio in the Teen Center, a Mac computer with Adobe Creative Suite in the Coworking Center, and 2 computers with JAWS and Zoomtext for the visually impaired near the Research Desk.