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Can I access the Internet from the Library?
The Library currently has 40 Internet computers housed in two rooms for public access. If you have a valid DeSoto Library card you can access the computers (Each person using the Internet computers must have a valid DeSoto library card. "Household card" will only allow the cardholder to access the Internet, not the other members of the family). Also, if you have a wireless enabled device you can use our Wi-Fi connection. Please call 972.230.9661 for questions.

The computers are reserved on a first come, first served basis and can be used in one hour increments. Currently there is a $1.00 per hour fee for non DeSoto residents (If you have a non-resident DeSoto library card you have use of the Internet computers).

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1. How do I get a library card?
2. Can I return library materials when the library is closed?
3. Can I access the Internet from the Library?
4. Are there meeting rooms that can be reserved?
5. What does it cost to print from the Internet?
6. I have a question and nobody can answer it.
7. What materials can I find at the library?
8. What if the Library doesn't have the book(s) I need?
9. Do you offer fax services for library users?