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Fedex Office For Custom Calendar Printing?

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#1 Cindyrene


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Posted 17 December 2010 - 06:40 AM

Has anybody ever used FedEx Office for custom calendar printing? I just placed my first print order EVER from my digiscrapping, and it's calendar gifts for my family for Christmas. I'm overseas, so I won't have a chance to see them before they are delivered as gifts! I'd love to hear someone say they've ordered from them before and were pleased with the results. Anybody?

I used the standard calendar paper option, not the glossy photo cardstock, so I hope it's decent. My biggest fear is that it will be some of that really cheap calendar paper that isn't even stiff enough to hold itself up against the wall when you hang it, but it curls over instead. :o

If nobody has tried it yet, I'll just have to let you know once I hear from family after Christmas.

Here's the link, if anyone is interested:

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Posted 17 December 2010 - 10:57 AM

I haven't ever used this service, but I'd be interested to know too how they turn out. Thanks for the information.


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Posted 17 December 2010 - 12:47 PM

FedEx Office is a merger of FedEx and Kinko's...I've used Kinko's for a lot of printing and binding and I would imagine the new entity would turn out the same quality product. Hope it works out for you!



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