Carbonless Forms

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Carbonless Forms
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  1. Enter Quantity
  2. *Size

  3. *Color Options

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    Which color option should I choose?

    Most carbonless forms are printed single-sided. After all, carbonless paper only transfers information front-to-back (not-back-to-front). However, some forms contain static information, such as terms and conditions, on the back side of the form for the convenience of the user.

    Two-color printing, as its name implies, uses two ink colors. One is typically black, but it doesn't have to be. One-color printing uses just a single color of ink. Again, black is most common, but you can choose a different color if you prefer.

    Full-color printing provides the maximum impact and visual appeal. However, many forms don't require full-color work, and a well-conceived two-color or even one-color design can prove an acceptable alternative.

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    Front: One-Color
    Back: Unprinted
  4. *Paper Choices

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    When it comes to paper weight, 20 lb. is pretty standard for most office forms. Carbonless paper comes configured for two, three, four, or five-part forms. Select the number of parts you need.

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  5. *Glue Edge

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    What is the glue edge?

    The glue edge refers to the edge of the page where the forms are connected. Most carbonless forms are glued along the top or the left edge. However, we can set up your forms to tear apart along any edge you choose.

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  6. *Hole Drilling

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    What is hole drilling?

    Drilling is the printing term for adding holes to the edge of a printed item for binding. It's called drilling (or sometimes punching) because an actual drill (designed specifically for paper) is used to bore through an entire stack of printed materials in one fell swoop. This unique equipment can be set to drill holes that match any standard binding configuration.

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  7. *Shrink Wrapping

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    What are the benefits of shrink-wrapping?

    Shrink-wrapping protects against humidity, dust, and dirt; prevents damage from bending, tearing, or folding; and keeps printed items well-organized, under control, and easy to maintain. Printed materials are far easier to transport and store when they're shrink-wrapped together, rather than stacked loosely in a pile.

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  8. *Numbering

  9. *Turnaround Times

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    Please let us know when you need your printing. These are general categories which will let us know right away if there is a production time issue we should discuss.

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    Note: Shipping and delivery are not included in these turnaround times.
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