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Quality Copy Tips

Don’t set your work all of the way to the edge of the paper, try and give yourself at least 1/4” of blank space around your page.

Double check where your fold will be, a good way to check is to print out your document and do a sample fold. This will tell you if you are lined up correctly.

Copy your original. We want your work to look professional, so when bringing in copy work make sure you bring in your originals rather than a copy- this will produce the best quality copy.

Double sided. If you print out your originals on an ink jet printer and you want your output to be double sided, just print it out single sided and we can make it double sided for you.

Need a copy off of a color sheet of paper? This is not always the best way to get results. Copy machines have a hard time reading off colored papers, red in particular. If this is the only original you have, we will always do our best to give you a quality copy.

Do you have to do a program booklet? Our machines have the ability of taking your print-outs and setting it up for an booklet. Also keep in mind the when you do a booklet you have 4 panels to work with, so think in page quantities of 4’s (4, 8, 12, 16 etc.). If you have questions on this please feel free to give us a call and we’ll walk you through the process!