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Old 01-22-2006, 03:45 PM
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I am demoing product and like everything. Just an easy question. What type paper to use with Invoices w/ perforated tab to remove mail back stub.
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i dont really understand ur question. what type of paper. like what wieght?? color?? Did you know that you buy your own paper, and put your own perforations on them.
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Old 01-22-2006, 06:57 PM
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Some stores sell perforated paper. You can also have a print shop create a batch for you.
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Quote[/b] (maelawncare @ Jan. 22 2006,7:55)]i dont really understand ur question. what type of paper. like what wieght?? color?? Did you know that you buy your own paper, and put your own perforations on them.
I have to buy my own paper. What the he. And then put my own perforations on 75+ invoices. Not what I'm looking for, but thanks for the response
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anyone just let the customer grab some scissors and cut, or does everyone pretty much use the perforated paper?
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i use store bought perforations. set the gopher invoice to print on 2.5" and let it rip
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I have to agree with the perforated paper crowd. I think it looks better. Is there a tool you can buy to preforate it your self?
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Old 01-23-2006, 12:40 PM
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you can buy a paper cutter and switch out the cutting wheel for a perforator. Its on my "buy" list for 2006.
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I looked today at office depot, they don't sell perforated paper... where are you guys finding them?
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no one buys perforated paper?
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