Who are you looking for? Many early wills were extracted and published by Joanne Saunders in 1982.
Some original wills exist; many were recopied.Whether a will in either form can be viewed depends on its physical condition.The Archives will not photocopy these documents.For a fee you might get a transcription done by a staff member, or a local genealogist.Even in person, all copies must be done by hand.
In defense of the Archives, it is housed in what was previously a lazaretto complex of buildings for victims of leprosy.Climate, time, & insects have rendered many records too deterioated to be available to the public.There is currently a project, funded through donations, to digitize these fragile records.
The staff can be extremely helpful, given their resources, the vast amount of items they care for, & limited support. :+)