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Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

From a small office with a mere dozen employees to a large corporation with hundreds of employees, every business is responsible for sending out bulk mailings. Whether it is just a few mailings a week or it is multiple mailings every day, you can save your employees a significant amount of time and energy by copying labels with a copier machine.

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Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

A PDF or portable document format file is the most standard way to deliver a document in electronic form. Windows, Mac OS, and Linux platforms all support the PDF format, which allows documents, charts, graphics, and forms to look exactly as though they would in printed form. So why do you need to compress a PDF? Depending on the content of the PDF, the file size can be quite large. For example, a full page full-color scan will have a large file size. For specific purposes, such as sending email attachments or uploading to websites, a smaller format is required.

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Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Brand new companies and businesses that are in the process of expanding need both office furniture and office equipment. These purchases are likely to be one of your biggest startup or expansion expenses. It is important to decide what equipment is essential so that you do not make any unnecessary costly purchases. The following includes the required office equipment for your new venture.

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Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Is your copier making an odd noise? It can be both scary and frustrating when your office copier is making an unfamiliar noise, especially when you’re up against a tight deadline or working on a large job. The good news is that the copier probably is not broken, and there are a couple simple troubleshooting techniques you can try yourself.

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Thursday, November 14th, 2013

Do you have copier pages that are coming out too dark? While this is a frustrating issue, the good news is that there are a number of simple solutions that can take care of the paper quality problem. With just a little bit of time and effort, you will have your copier up and running again with clear, evenly colored pages in no time.

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Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

A copier is a complex machine with multiple systems. Every modern copier contains a combination of electrical, mechanical, digital, and chemical systems. While it is amazing to have a single machine with so many different functions, regular maintenance is required to keep everything in full working order. In order to keep your office or business copier working well, you must complete routine cleaning and tune ups and take care of issues that do arise in a timely fashion. Follow these 5 tips for cleaning, repairing, and servicing your copier to help keep it in good shape.

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Thursday, November 7th, 2013

Do you have copied pages that consistently come out on the machine wrinkled? While this is a frustrating issue, there are some simple fixes for it. Check out the condition of the paper and the paper tray, and make any necessary adjustments before you call a copier technician. However, if you suspect that a worn feed and exit roller or an old fuser assembly is causing the issue, you will have to call for professional help.

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Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

When your office copier breaks down, it is easy to panic and not use good judgment about tackling the issue. It is important to stay calm and remember basic troubleshooting methods. First step: Don’t kick it. That won’t help the matter. With these few simple tips, though, you will be able to diagnose and fix the problem at hand. When you are able to fix a copier yourself, you may even be able to save yourself a few dollars.

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