Re: Printing in Miami

Subject: Re: Printing in Miami
From: Megan Golding <mgolding -at- secureworks -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: 17 Jun 2002 13:53:34 -0400

On Sun, 2002-06-16 at 03:11, Erika Yanovich wrote:
> ...I might need to print some booklets there without me
> physically being there.
> 1. Recommended printshops (electronic printing + spiral binding)


One option is Kinko's, depending on the type of printing you need done.
They are a (US) national chain of who are on the lower end of
capabilities when compared against traditional print shops. I know that
they take orders over the web and you can either ship or pick up the
documents. Check out for details. I notice their
front page (right now) is "advertising" their web order system.

I've used Kinko's before to get printing done in a remote city and have
been pleased with the output. Specifically, I had 30-50 page (US Letter
size) documents printed, double-sided, and spiral bound in quantities
less than 50. The prices aren't as cheap as you would get at a local
print shop, but they certainly are convenient. You can e-mail the PDF
files to them and they'll take care of it from there.

Good luck with whatever you choose!



Megan Golding (mgolding -at- secureworks -dot- net)
SecureWorks, Inc.

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