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Yard
03-07-2000, 08:40 PM
Do most of you have your estimate sheets and invoices custom made or do you use a stock form imprinted with your company name? Does anyone have a good supplier for them?<br>Thanks!

lawrence stone
03-08-2000, 06:12 AM
I do all my printing (expect for post cards)<br>in house using my used black only HP lazer<br>printer.<p>I use MS Publisher 97 if I need to make something in a hurry without any outside help<br>or interference.

Lazer
03-08-2000, 07:02 PM
We do all our printing in house.<p>I just got a new flatbed printer and we have our logo scanned in our computer.<p>I just got done print a bunch of color brochures complete with photographs and all.<p>Our literature is almost as nice as TruGreen and our work is far better.<p>I think it's worth your while to print everthing in house. We even buy carbonless paper (unbound) and print out 2-part contacts and invoices.

nelski
03-08-2000, 07:34 PM
Lazer this 2-part carbonless paper you use is it 8 1/2&quot;x11&quot;? If so can you tell me were you buy it. I can only find 9 1/2&quot;x11&quot;.<br>Thanks<br>Royce

Lazer
03-08-2000, 08:19 PM
They're regular 8 1/2&quot; x 11&quot;. I bought them right from my printer.<p>Kinda 'spensive: 2000 sets for $80.00.<br>

nelski
03-08-2000, 08:32 PM
Thanks Lazer<br>I am trying to find a place online and have checked with a few of the big stores and all they have is the 9 1/2&quot;x11&quot; so I will keep looking.<br>Royce

GroundKprs
03-08-2000, 09:00 PM
nelski, just go to any printing shop. Even some copy shops could help you. They are expensive, so you might want to check a couple of places. The 9.5x11 you mention is a (cheaper?) quality for traction printers.<p>----------<br>Jim<br>North central Indiana