How can I get a price quote on

Posted by karla | 31 Jul, 2014 migliori opzioni binarie truffa We have a general price list on the website that will provide you with one color printing only.  This does not include specific details to such as numbering, perforating or shipping.  To obtain a real time quote you go to the websites main page, Click on the 5th blue button down on the left side that says "Get a Quote".

trading demo gratuito In this area you are able to enter the size, color of ink, quantity, and any other items such as sequential numbering, perforating, hole drilling, back printing, wrap around covers, block padding shrink wrapping, or Rush services.  THen the page iwll take you to select your supplied art and zip code for shipping cost.  With all of the item specifics you will receive an accurate quote that includes shipping to your doorstep.

click This quote will be the actual price you will pay with your credit card when you place the order. If you have any questions about the terminology please give me a call and we can go over the terms and what fits your form.

nebenjob binäre optionen Thank you and I look forward to working with you. Karla Hermann

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Where can I buy business forms?

Posted by karla | 18 Apr, 2014

here Where can I buy business forms?  

source The topic today is answering the question, “where can I buy business forms?”  That is a very broad question and I will try to answer as best I can. Let’s start with carbonless forms. Here at we are the experts in the carbonless business form field printing carbonless paper since 1979. The best way of knowing where to buy carbonless forms is by the quantity you need to run your business effectively. produces quantities of 250 to 5000 in 2, 3 or 4 part forms as well as other companies such as, or  If a quantity of 5000 or more is needed then you need to contact a firm with larger, faster presses that can handle the larger quantities at a more economical price. I would suggest Total Printing Solutions at  They have been in business for over 30 years and have a wide range of solutions for any business form.


Now let’s talk about 1 part forms printed on plan bond paper such as statements, invoices, work orders and the like. Again the quantity is the main question. If you need a few as 100 to 200, your local printing company is probably your best bet. If the quantity is 500 and up then shopping on the internet may enable you to find a better, less expensive way to purchase these type of forms. If they are padded say 50 or 100 sheets per pad a great place to buy is at or, as I said before, Total Printing Solutions would be a great choice if  the quantity needed is over 5,000.


Hope this helps you in finding the right print solution for the right form. If you have any further questions on this subject simply call me at 1-800-788-4901, ext. 110.


Carbonless Forms Are Reemerging As a Staple in Some Small Businesses

Posted by administrator | 23 May, 2013

For many business owners, carbonless forms continue to be an important part of their business processes. The problem is they are getting harder to find at reasonable prices. Most accounting and management software programs would love to have their users do one-stop receipt entry and printing, invoice entry and printing and etc.

For many businesses that works fine. For many other it does not work. Let me give you an example of a business is does not work. Eyeglass sales company employees find it much easier to use a carbonless form when determining a customer's prescription, lens, frame or coatings needs. The eye doctor performing the exam does not want to have a computer sitting on the exam tray and is much more comfortable with a small carbonless form that she/he can write the prescription on.

After the exam is finished the form goes to the salesperson on the floor for entering the frame type and selected options the customer chose. When finished, you have a copy available for the doctor's records, the accounting records, to send to the lens manufacturer communicating the prescription information, and, if need be, a copy for the customer.

Due to the decreasing demand, fewer printers are doing carbonless forms and the prices continue to go up. A select few printers have recognized the reemerging need by some businesses for them and are starting to re-enter the market place with much newer and faster equipment.

These days, forms are available in one color printing or full color printing. The full color printing is a more expensive option. They are available in custom or standard sizes. The standard sizes include 8.5" x 11", 5.5" x 8.5", and 4.25" x 5.5". They are available with no printing on the back pages or with printing on the back pages for additional charge. Typically, printers offer 2-part, 3-part, 4-part and 5-part forms standard or additional sheets at custom quote (going beyond 4-part impacts the quality of the copy on the deeper sheets). Standard options for gluing the sheets include top, bottom, left or right. The carbonless forms can even be bound into a book if that supports the filing system of the business. Printers also offer an option of drilling holes if you want to store forms in three ring binders. Several more options are available that we will not go into now.

If carbonless forms were a part of your business processes, you tried something else, and decided to go back, don't despair. The resurgence in use is lowering prices and the new printing technologies are improving quality.

If your business relies on the use of carbonless forms, don't despair. At we are focused on bringing affordable, top quality carbonless forms back into the mainstream if your business needs them. We offer free artwork for developing your form design based on your guidance and offer free shipping within the contiguous US. Carbonless forms are reemerging, more available, more affordable and improving in quality.

How Old Are Your Carbonless Forms?

Posted by administrator | 23 May, 2013

Did you know that carbonless paper ages? If you've ever used a carbonless form that doesn't print very dark on the second or third sheets, the problem is most likely caused by old paper that contains dried-out micro ink capsules. You'd be interested to know that some of our competitors buy "old" carbonless paper on sale to lower their costs. We never do. We only purchase fresh carbonless paper!

source Carbonless Form Production and Design Tips:

  1. Give yourself 1/2" of white space at the top of any carbonless form. Occasionally, the padding compound that printers use will bleed down from the padding edge and cause the top 1/8" of the paper to wrinkle slightly. White space makes it very hard to notice the wrinkling.

  2. Just because carbonless forms are practical doesn't mean they have to be boring. Experiment with bold graphics to add pizzazz to your next project. In addition, two colors of ink can make a dramatic improvement in the appearance of carbonless forms, most of which are printed in black ink.

  3. Since many carbonless business forms are saved or filed for record keeping, why not consider designing the form so it includes three-hole drilling on the left side for those who want to archive their forms in three-ring binders?

  4. Consider shrink-wrapping the finished carbonless forms. They'll look nicer and actually last longer.