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Subject:Re: Brochure creation software From:Beverly Parks <bparks -at- HUACHUCA-EMH1 -dot- ARMY -dot- MIL> Date:Thu, 26 Jan 1995 10:59:20 MST
Susan's message seemed to indicate that the pre-printed brochure
papers that can be ordered from paper houses such as Paper Direct
_come with_ the software templates. I just want to clarify that,
as far as Paper Direct is concerned (which is where I get my
paper), the templates software is offered separately, not
"included" with the paper purchase. (It may be different for
volume purchasers, which I'm not.)
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> In a response to Laurie Rubin, Susan W. Gallagher writes--
> Probably the (cheepest/easiest/quickest) way to create a snazzy
> brochure is to order pre-printed forms from one of the mail-
> order paper houses (Paper Direct comes to mind, but there are
> lots more). As a tech writer, you should be getting all sorts
> of catalogs like that already... Check your junk mail! These
> pre-printed forms come with templates for most wp's, so they're
> quick and easy to set up. Then you can take 'em to the local
> copy shop to have them run off, or you can print out originals
> on your laser printer on-demand.