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Old 01-30-2013, 10:28 AM   #15
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steve: If taking that route, avoid the knock-off products from Staples. The quality's just not up to par. They don't tear cleanly.
Thanks for the heads-up because I've wondered about their quality but have never bought any because I had laid in a supply of the Geographics brand.

I found the Geographics business card cardstock many eons ago and they do tear cleanly. I use their stuff for my own business cards because I can run off 2-3 pages (20-30 cards) quickly and they are useful for giving people one's email address(es), website addy (and of course phone number(s)) rather than having to write them on a scrap piece of paper. They certainly aren't as nice as a print shop's (local or online) cards but they'll do. Geographics brand also costs less than Avery--almost anything does...'-}}

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