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Old 01-11-2006, 07:55 AM   #1
susansem
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Default Printing post cards, greeting cards

I own a small art gallery and have had requests from customers for post cards of my immediate area. The local printing shop is reluctant to do it for me and I'd actually like to do this myself in my shop. I have a MAC G2 dual and just a regular desktop printer. I don't want to spend a fortune on ink cartridges and would like to start out with a quantity of 35 cards of each of about 15 images.
What do you suggest I do to have the cheapest and best possible reproduction of these cards?

Thanks for any help.
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