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Printing and copying

If you come by one of our locations, you can use our systems to print and scan.

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You can print, copy, and scan documents using our printing facilities.

You need to be registered as a user to use our facilities to print, copy and scan.

To use Det Kgl. Bibliotek’s printing facilities, you need to log in with your login ID and PIN.

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  • Black/White, A4: 00,55 DKK per page
  • Black/White, A3: 00,55 DKK per page
  • Colour, A4:        1,00 DKK per page
  • Colour, A3        1,00 DKK per page

When you are printing on both sides of the paper, the price is doubled.

You need to deposit money to your print account to use our printing facilities. The minimum deposit is 10 DKK at a time.

You have the following payment options:

  • Dankort/VISA-Dankort
  • MasterCard
  • Maestro
  • VISA
  • VISA Electron
  • American Express
  • JCB
  • MobilePay

All payments must be made in DKK.

You do not need to pay any transaction fees.

Log in to your print account at Det Kgl. Bibliotek.

When logged in you can transfer money to your print account.

Log in to your print account at Det Kgl. Bibliotek.

When logged in you can upload files from your computer or phone.

You can use our printing facilities at all our locations. 

We are happy to help if you have any questions.

If the balance on your print account is 50 DKK or more, you can get a refund by emailing Oekonomi@kb.dk. State your name, address and date of birth in the email.

Users without a Danish NemKonto (Easy Account) can collect the refund by appointment.

If you have ordered an article for self-printing via the library system, it must be printed via our printing facilities due to license agreements.

Articles are stored online for 15 days and then deleted.

Library printers also function as copy machines. The price for copying is the same as for printing.

You can also use our Xerox machines as scanners.

You can email your scans to yourself or save them directly to a USB stick.