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Latest Activity: Sep 29, 2014
Started by Myo. Last reply by Haden Beardshaw Apr 26, 2010.
Started by Haden Beardshaw. Last reply by Sue McCormick Aug 17, 2009.
Thank you both for your help! I always use the proper inks and paper for each printer. I am planning on doing regular documents on the laser and photo's & census on the epson inkjet. I have just recently purchased 11x17 ring binders for census and original document preservation in archivial 'jackets' and will do the regular book (ie: from my legacy program in 8.5x11 format, also with 'jackets'. I will then reference all the census etc in the book. Yes, I do plan on several copies for safe keeping!
Thanx again for the input!
I have a question about archivial paper and ink. I have Laser and inkjet printers that I use for regular documents and an epson 3800 inkjet that I use for photo's, etc. Using all the 'right' paper and photo paper, is it better to use the laser or inkjet printer for the regular documents? Life-time storage is my main goal!
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