SAMPLE Continuous Stationery
When you're dealing with large daily distributions of products or services, keep things running smoothly with continuous stationery designed for use with line printers. Our range of continuous stationery includes invoices and order acknowledgements, purchase orders, delivery notes, statements, pay cheques and pay stubs, end-of-year tax forms and more.
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How to Create Standout Continuous Stationery
If your company has a large daily distribution of products and services, continuous stationery can help you keep things running smoothly. A wide variety of forms can be produced as continuous stationery, including:
- Invoices and order acknowledgements
- Purchase orders
- Delivery notes
- Pay cheques and pay stubs
- End of year tax forms
Continuous stationery is paper designed for use with line printers. Also known as fan fold paper, sprocket feed paper, and tractor feed paper, continuous stationery is perforated along the side margins in order to catch sprocket wheels on the printer. The wheels feed the paper into printer; transverse perforations allow you to tear pages off after they have been through the printer. Each pack of continuous stationery may have several hundred pages or more, fan folded to create a neat stack.
Need extra security for your continuous stationery? Talk to your printing professional about adding watermarks and holograms, or using special inks. There are many security features available to protect you against counterfeiting and alteration.
Make sure your continuous stationery is compatible with your accounting software!
It is a good idea to order a year's worth of continuous stationery at a time. This way, numbered pieces will be ready to go at a moment's notice; you won't have to worry about running out, reordering, or changes in number sequence. Ask your printing professional to include reminders within your continuous stationery to help you reorder in a timely manner.
- The least expensive option is a simple paper or plastic sleeve or wallet. These are available with or without a flap to help keep the disc in place. The sleeves are also available with holes, if you would like to include your CDs and DVDs in with training manuals, large presentations, and other materials in a ring binder.
What about printing on the disc itself? Talk to your printing professional about thermal CD and DVD printing. This printing process creates a durable, vibrant finish that will make a huge impact. Some printers can handle the actual disc duplication for you too; others will be able to help you find someone to do the replication.