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Tech Support Pits column from Dear Webby's Humor Letter of
06/01/04: Business cards
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I need some business cards and am thinking of printing them
myself. What kind of paper do you recommend?
If the cards are just for a party hoax and you want to
pretend that you are Cardinal Myrna Goldstein, use the
perforated business card paper that you can get at computer
and stationery stores. They usually have a wide selection,
but all of them have the "almost cut" perforation.
If the cards are to imply that you have a legitimate business,
get them printed AND CUT for you. A professional cut makes
a much bigger difference than most people expect.
Many print shops let you do your own design and email it to
them, or upload it somewhere where they can download it
For the paper selection, the thick textured style is out of
fashion, not just because it is perceived as pretentious,
but because they take up too much space. A good quality,
firm photopaper and crisp, clear graphics seem to go over
the best nowadays.
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