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1 Reprinting a newspaper on Tue Jun 01, 2010 12:40 am

Copied from the Texas Civilian Yahoo list. Posted September 2007 by Vicki Betts

Has anyone here had any experience in getting a newspaper reprinted using a place like Kinko's? We have the 1860 Austin State Gazette here at our library on microfilm. We have the equipment to make each page into a pdf. Can (or would) Kinko's take that pdf and print them onto oversize paper to make a four page reproduction? One large sheet of paper (not newsprint--period papers had high rag content), not using a printing press, of course, but as close as we could reasonably get nowadays. Has anyone tried this? How did it go?

Copied from the Texas Civilian Yahoo list. Posted September 2007 by Mark Bryan

Vicki ,
For what it worth I wouldn't even try Kinko's . It's a long story , but they typically will not do this type of thing .
Try finding a place that produces Blue Prints . I've had very good results using A & E down here in Houston . They work with PDF files all the time . I started using them a couple of years back when I was doing a stint as a Project Manager / Estimator . There a graphic artist place and they have no problem working with there customers . I have even done business with them and never set foot in the place . I called them on the phone and told them what I wanted , e-mailed the PDF to them and they shipped my order to me . He's a link
http://www.aecomplex.com/default.asp
Hope this helps

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