In My Account you can view Fees, which displays current fees due on your account. Did you just made a payment on your account? The information is updated instantly. You can even print a copy of the list, if desired.
Fees dialog shown below:
display three headings: Title,
Comment, and Fees. Fees are
displayed in the proper currency for the library's location; therefore,
amounts will be shown in US dollars, pesos, pound, yen, etc. depending
on your region. In the example above, Fees
is shown as the ($) symbol indicating US dollars.
The number on the right side, in this example, 1 - 6, advises at a glance how many items are on your list.
To View Fees
Click My Account and the Account Summary screen displays. If you have not already logged on, you will be asked for your Patron ID Number and PIN. Click Fees, as shown in the example above.
The Fees dialog will display the title of the item, a comment, if applicable, and the fee amount, as shown in the example above. Click each title to view the label display for that item.
Clicking the Title or Comment heading will sort the column alphabetically in ascending or descending order. Clicking the Fees heading will display the column in ascending or descending fee amounts.
If an incorrect fee is displayed, consult your librarian.
To Print Fees
To print a copy of Fees, click Print from the Fees toolbar. The Print dialog displays.
Once you have selected the appropriate printer, click Print.
you are printing in the library, check with your librarian for printer
configuration and location.
Note: If you have more than one page of information, only the page currently displayed will print. Multiple pages will need to be printed individually.
TIP! For the best print results, use Print on the Fees toolbar instead of your browser.
Caution: If you plan to use the library's printer, there may be a fee involved for printing. Check with the front desk for applicable fees before sending your information to the printer.
Account Summary for more information about My
See also View Current Loans, View Holds, View Loan History, or View Saved Searches.