Sunday, March 29, 2009

High Page Count Printing Defined

High Page Count Printing Defined:

1.) Documents that kill your printer. Cause you to scream, grip, and stress-out while trying to print yourself. That sound your machine is making can't be good. Neither is the smell. And you get to jog together a pile of heat curled papers, too. How big is that stapler anyway?

2.) Documents that cost an arm and a leg to print at a Kinko's or office supply store. Drive there to pay $100. No thanks. I'll read it online.

3.) Documents that would catch the eye of someone at your office if you tried to print it there. Do you really want your coworkers to watch you turn the office machine into your own printshop?
"Umm, yea, who printed that family history book that broke the copier? I'm going to have to ask you to come in on Saturday and print those TPS reports..."

But seriously, we'd coin the phrase "High page count printing" to mean some document that is too big to print yourself for whatever reason. It's probably a little different for everyone.

As far as is concerned, the page count really doesn't matter. We can print any file regardless of page count, bind and mail it for 3.5¢ per page ($11.99 min).

Just remember, if the PDF is over 800 pages, we'll punch 3 holes in it to use in a binder (not included, sorry, had to mention that), instead of binding it.

So keep those big files coming!

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