An inkjet printer that prints digital documents is finally getting the green light in San Antonio.
On Thursday, the San Antonio Public Library announced that it is allowing people to buy a printer that will print digital documents.
It is a first for San Antonio and is part of a push by the library to offer digital documents at every point of the book-reading journey.
“The idea behind this is to make sure that we are always available for people who are reading digital documents,” said Kristin DeMar, director of library services.
“That’s a really good thing, because that’s what people are going to want to do.”
The printer is a new product that is part Gutenberg Printing Press, which offers digital printing and is owned by the company GPT Group.
It costs $799.95 and prints a digital document for $1.50 per page.
The printer is also part of the Inkjet Print Office, which will offer printing in PDF, HTML and .XLS files.
The San Antonio Library will not be offering the printer in its library branches.
The San Antonio library says that this is a step toward digital document literacy, as digital documents are becoming increasingly prevalent on digital devices, including tablets, smartphones, smartwatches and other digital devices.
The digital document is the most widely used form of document in the world, with over 200 million printed documents available in 2016.
A few years ago, the first inkjet printers were available in stores, but they weren’t very good.
People were buying inkjet prints because they could get it for cheaper.
But that is no longer the case.
The new printer, DeMar said, will be better.
“It is an upgrade that’s been coming for years, and it’s now being made available in the San Antonian library branches,” she said.
“The new printer will be made available at a discount, and people who don’t have the printer can still get it at the discount price.
We’re really excited about this and look forward to it.”
The San Antonians will be able to print documents using the new printer through the library’s Inkjet Printing Office.
The inkjet print office will be open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., and from 8 a.p. to 6 p.y. for any time.
The printing service will also be available during library hours, which run from 7 a.s.m to 5:30 p.s., and on Saturdays from 10 a.i.m.-4 p.i., and Sundays from 9 a.r.m-4 p, according to library spokesperson Joelle Pardo.