Printing & Scanning

  • How Can You Print on Small Invitation Envelopes?

    There are many reasons you can run into problems when printing invitation envelopes, usually related to their size. It can be so frustrating, that suddenly writing them all out by hand can sound appealing. Don't reach for the pen just yet though,...
    By Wendy Finn August 9, 2011 

  • Where Did Screen Printing All Begin? A Potted History of This Popular Printing Technique

    Although we are all likely to have one or two T-shirts in our closets that are screen printed, it's hard to believe that the history of screen printing dates back to around 1000AD in China. The process has developed over many centuries from China...
    By Wendy Finn August 9, 2011 

  • Your Scrapbooking Hobby: How to Scan Large Pages

    Scrapbooking is a recreational hobby that can be time consuming. Loosing the scrapbook page you have created can be heartbreaking. Learn how to scan large 12 by 12 scrapbook pages with easy-to-use software and create a digital back-up copy of the scrapbook...
    By Scarlett Gauthier August 4, 2011 


  • Alternatives to Printing White Colors on Dark Paper

    Because printers lack the option of printing in white ink, you might feel a bit trapped when you want to print white on dark paper. Well now you don't have to, as I've compiled a list of great alternatives to printing lighter colors on dark paper...
    By Amber Neely July 19, 2011 

  • Explaining Printing Processes & Styles: Relief Printing

    There are many ways to print up projects, with the relief printing process being one of them. Find out how the process works and how it was developed.
    By Laura Jean Karr July 15, 2011 

  • A Look at Flexography Printing

    There are many ways to print up projects and publications. Here we take a look at one of those forms with flexography. Learn how flexography printing works and where this style of printing came from.
    By Laura Jean Karr July 13, 2011 


  • Best Practices for Working with Documents: Share, Scan and Retrieve with Ease!

    Having document scanning and retrieval headaches? Well, join the club. Most people are aware of the standard "copy and save" techniques for scanning and storing documents. Feel free to enlighten yourself on the following tips and tricks.
    By Matthew Craig June 30, 2011 

  • Common Graphic Formats for the Desktop Publisher

    There are a variety of graphic formats that desktop publisher will run into. Here we will run down and briefly describe some of the most popular such as the JPEG, TIFF, EPS, GIF, BMP, PICT, PSD, and PDF. This article gives you a sound understanding for...
    By Rebecca Scudder June 28, 2011 

  • CMYK & You - How It Gets Your Prints Looking Good

    Have you ever picked up a brochure or a newsletter and wondered just how the print looks as good as it does? And then there's print in the home, office, and school, where lively creations are made. But where does all of this...
    By Regina Woodard June 27, 2011 

  • Top Tips for Brochure and Catalog Printing

    Ready to take the leap into designing and printing your own catalogs or brochures but not quite sure where to start? Don't sweat it! Here's where we come in to make everything much easier. We'll answer all your questions on what programs...
    By Amber Neely June 27, 2011 
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