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Old 11-25-2009, 01:40 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Kelhan View Post
thanks annc, output would be mostly colour
current newsletter is 10 A4 pages / quarterly / 300 copies
but looking at redesign and bi-monthly (perhaps A5 12 or 16 pages)
then there's bi-fold flyers bi-monthly
posters random / number unknown
other promo stuff as required
at this stage their stuff has been very basic and they are wanting me to upgrade their visual communications (without the upgraded expense!?!)
It sounds to me as if the quantity and variety requires commercial output. As you already know, sending a properly prepared file to a modern digital press is wquick and easy, with a known output as far as quality goes. You can also send items with different printing requirements to the same source, thus saving time and effort. Your employer will also save the capital cost of several pieces of equipment - a tax advantage...

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