Re:Does anyone know where to get cheap menus printed?
If you go to Staples, Kinkos, etc., here's a VERY important consideration, learned the hard way by a number of people, all of whom (except for me) were warned: If you have multiple pages, then make sure you treat each page as a separate job. I used to volunteer at a place which put out a multi-page 8.5 x 5.5 inch booklet about 3 times a year, about 2500 copies. When the price of printing started to skyrocket, we figured out that it was cheaper to buy a folding machine, a saddle stitch stapler, have Staples make the copies and pay somebody $10 an hour to fold, collate and staple the copies together (that folding machine was fun to use, though). Well, the first time we tried it out, Staples made several mistakes on the pages, in spite of the fact that we had made mock-ups. When I stopped preparing the program, I warned the next person, who ignored me, and Staples made several mistakes on the pages, in spite of the fact that he made mock-ups. From what I've been told, this happened to the next guy, and the next guy, and the next guy after that, until the organization got a heavy duty duplex copying machine and started doing their own duplicating, too.