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> However, now I'm in the position to research and make the best decision
> regarding printing options. I'm curious about what those options are??
> What exactly is docutech printing? Is this the best way to go for user
Docutech should be an invisible term for you...
Look at cost and quality. Have them provide samples. Call around, or go online.
Basically, in large runs (about 1000+ copies) a offset press will be
your better cost printer. In short runs (less than 1000 copies) you're
probably better off with a short-run or on-demand printer.
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