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If you are planning for the business presentation file or projects, Color Copies are better to use than black and white copies. Color copies make your presentation attractive and impressive and can show your commitment and professionalism in the work.

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If however you think that color copies are not necessary and would be a waste of money you can use black and white copies and make the work impressive by using the nice envelope for the project. Black and white copies are suitable for many of the work when you want to provide simplicity and some simple designs. These are proper for some of the niches in your business work.

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The main benefit of custom blue-ink pens is that you can quickly discern an original signature from a photocopy. This has made the blue-ink pen the preferred choice among lawyers, title companies and the medical profession across the nation.Now, nearly every time I speak the words you just read, someone brings up color copiers. "Yeah, but what about color copiers, huh?"Well, the fact is, you cannot color copy a blue-ink pen signature and fool anyone who knows the secret. And here's the secret: If you look at a blue-ink pen signature with a jeweler's or printer's loop, and you see hints of red and black in addition to the blue, ... you're looking at a copy. The other dead giveaway is if you see little dots of color as opposed to solid color with streaks in it. The streaks in an original blue-ink pen signature run with the curve and flow of the stroke. Streaks in a copy will be straight, either horizontal or vertical. The reason a color copier or scanner/printer can't accurately reproduce a custom blue-ink pen signature is because color copiers and scanner/printers use CYMK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) to make colors. The copy of the blue-ink pen signature must use dots of cyan, red and black to reproduce the color of the blue-ink pen. If the copier or scanner/printer uses RGB (Red, Green & Blue) you'll likely see dots of green and red.Understanding how color copiers and printers work is important because it will give you the power to detect if someone has altered what is presented as a copy of an original.Upon close examination, if you see a combination of what looks to be an original signature and the tell-tale signs of a copy -- then you know that the copy was altered. This is important if you're trying to figure out if someone is lying. For instance, if someone tells you the document before you is an exact copy of the original, then all parts of the signature would contain dots and bits of color. But if you see a combination of solid color and dots, you'll know the copy has been altered.In addition to delivering the ability to quickly tell an original signature from a copy, another benefit of blue-ink pens is largely cosmetic -- it simply looks good.Often a blue-ink pen signature looks striking on the page set off against a sea of black type. In addition, if you use a Post Script (PS) at the bottom of your letter, signing the letter with a blue-ink pen can drawn attention to the bottom of your page immediately. If you feel that only a black-ink signature is appropriate for a business letter, you can still use blue ink to hand write a PS or to make other attention getting notations to the letter.If document security issues are important to you, you may want to invest in a jeweler's or printer's loop -- the equivalent of a pocket microscope. They are available from most graphic supply stores and where magnifiers are sold. Keep in mind, a regular magnifying glass won't give you the magnification you need to see the detail. So ask for a loop.Whether part of an overall document security protocol or to simply dress up your written communication, custom blue-ink pens deserve consideration.

Envelope you use to carry your letters and documents gives the first and the last impression to your work. It is therefore necessary that you give whole lot of commitment and invest time for making it perfect.

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Unattractive or simple looking envelope may not be appealing to your business clients whereas if you use the printed envelope and use some good quality envelope printing, you can get much attraction towards your projects.

Today more and more business companies are hiring professional Print shop and printing companies that can serve them best and can help them in increasing their business. Business growth generally depends on the confidence you have and the attraction that you can create towards your business clients to get them attracted towards your successful business.

Top quality letter heads, postcards, memo cards, files, envelopes, brochures, and many other sort of documents, if well presented can help increase your business to great extent. These should be made attractive and impressive with the aim to attract your customers and business clients. It is therefore essential that you choose the best Print shop partner that suits all your needs and can satisfy all your requirements on time.

Envelope Printing - Your Wedding Stationery

First, Congratulations! You are getting married! You want to invite your family and friends to share this important day with you. How do you decide on what size invitation you should use. If you make your wedding invitations, what size should they be?Don't get caught in thinking your invitations have to be any particular size. It can be almost any size. The most important thing is that you have a nice, neat and informative invitation. If you ever looked at the wedding catalogs you will see they come in all sizes.I have made invitations that would fit in a #10 business envelope. They certainly didn't look like a business piece when they were done. You can use almost any size. A lot of wedding announcements will be made to fit in an A7 envelope. This means they are approximately 5 x 7 inches when folded. Then the RSVP would be fit an A2 envelope size which is 4 1/8 inches by 5 1/2 inches when folded. Your reception card will usually be the same size as the RSVP but no envelope for it. If you want to save money try calling your local print shop and see if they have envelopes available. Most of the time you will want a white or off white, eru or ivory color. These are neutral so you can use any ink color for your theme. Then when you have your envelopes get card stock cut to work for that size.Another inexpensive idea is to go to the craft stores and purchase packages of blank cards and matching envelopes. Today it really isn't necessary to have double envelopes. A lot of invitations are going away from this tradition.Buying the invitation kits can be a great help also. They have the extras already done so you wont' have to embellish them. You may find that the kits are being used a lot. If they won't fit in your plan for a fun theme, thinking about starting from scratch. It really isn't that difficult. There is no real size that you should conform to for an invitation. You can make your wedding invitations what ever size you like. Keep in mind that the larger you go the more postage you may have to pay.You may even want to make your wedding invitations as a single seal and send. These do not require an envelope. So you can see you have many options available to you. The main thing is to have a nice affordable invitation that you will be proud to send. So whether you make your wedding invitations or not, know you have options.

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Printing - Envelope Printing

Envelope printing is used for everything from business correspondence to special events, including the happiest time of your life, your wedding. While everyone has their own creative niche when it comes to their wedding invitations, envelope printing can always make the package look complete and elegant. Like all custom printing, you need to have a plan in place. Consider the following options as you go online in search of the right printer for the right cost.Paper Stock/SizesThe first thing you'll want to think about is your paper type. Some people opt for a matte finish, others go for a thick card stock and glossy coatings. Each kind will help you achieve something specific as far as appearance, weight, foldability, etc. Another thing to consider is the size of your envelope printing. It's wise to order both the invitations and the envelopes at the same time to ensure style matching and proper fitting. Online printers can make any number of sizes and shapes happen for you so be sure to browse for options and ask any questions you might have. DesignIn general, your envelope printing should complement the invitation inside, whether it's the same color schemes, design concepts or other aesthetic. Printers will have a huge array of color choices (CMYK offset and digital printing), ink selections (metallic, neon, glossy, embossed), and coatings (aqueous, UV, lamination) for you to pick from. Don't forget about their free online design templates, where you can create your own envelopes and invitations with a press-ready form, which speeds your process along.Custom OptionsThis is where most couples start to get real creative. Your envelope printing provider will have various envelopes that suit your occasion including A6 and A7 styles for a more beautiful layout. But what about hole-punching and die-cutting in order to have a place for that pretty ribbon you want to incorporate? It's as easy as done. And what about direct mailing? Will they do that too? Some printers will so tap into their resources. It's an inexpensive way to have all your invites sent right to your esteemed guests. Font StylesThis is a very important aspect of your envelope printing as it reflects the tone of voice you wish to convey. Many people go for a font that emits elegance and status, as a wedding often carries a more formal tone than, say, a birthday party. The truth is nearly any font you can dream, your printer will be able to print. So get creative and happy printing!

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