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Black and white copies are very useful in creating and distributing a large volume of information in a cost-effective way.
Whether printing a large volume of brochures or forms, ordering black and white copies online will save your time and money.
Sometimes simple is better. Why you print in color if black and white printing will enough?
Many customers use black and white copies for their less graphically oriented printing products, such as togo menus, flyers, order forms, and other applications, or when the budget is not allowed for color. Our black and white printing is excellent, even if it's not as attractive as printing in color.
Getting black and white copies online at Signs4print allows you to outsource the headache and the costs associated with in-house printing.
Get wholesale prices on black and white copies online, and have we produce and finish your prints and copies!
Choose the right paper for your printing job. If you still have questions after reviewing this page then please contact us.
• Preferred File Format: PDF.
• Accepted File Formats: JPEG, JPG, PNG, TIFF, AI, PSD
• Resolution: 300 DPI.
• Color Mode: Color mode must be in CMYK to be a print ready file. If you use RGB, or Pantone, the colors will be converted to CMYK during preflighting. Conversion from one color standard to another may result in a colors shift or colors dropping out.
• Fonts: Please flatten your documents before sending your file. If you used a special font that our system can not recognize, your documrnt fonts will replace with another font in our system.
What is full bleed?
If your document does not have an 1/4” white margin around all four edges , then your document needs to be printed with full bleed.
Full bleed prints does not come standard with all copies and it requires extra labor.
All printers need to leave a white margin at the edges. Full bleed documents need to be setup properly.
Add a quarter inch (0.25") to each side to allow for cutting.
For example, When you are creating a bleed document to print, your document size must be 0.5 inches larger than the finished size.
This means that an 8.5" x 11" bleed document must be submitted to us as 9" x 11.5".
Your type (text) should be 0.125" (1/8") inside the cut box on each side. This will guarantee your text to not be cut off form your artwork.
For a more comprehensive listing of the major design issues, please visit the Help & FAQs.
Our templates have been setup with proper bleeds and margins, assuring your print job turns out accurate.
To download, select a file type and click on the links below.