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Letterhead

Letterhead
Letterhead

A well-designed letterhead shows customers they're dealing with an organization with an attention to detail. A poorly designed or outdated letterhead can have the opposite effect. Use your letterhead to create an image your customers can feel comfortable trusting.

  • Create a simple black-and-white letterhead for faxes, while reserving more colorful ones for sales letters and business correspondence.
  • Smoother, high-quality paper stock creates a strong and professional impression.
  • Letterhead isn't just for business. Consider creating a personalized letterhead for your correspondence to family and friends.

Letterhead

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Letterhead
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  1. Quantity:


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  2. *Size

  3. *Color Options

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    Which color option should I choose?

    Letterhead is typically printed one-side, with the back of the sheet left blank. The back side can be printed, too, however, for added effect. Since a letterhead often provides a first impression for your company, color choices are important. Corporate colors are most commonly used to reinforce a brand.

     

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    Front: Full-Color
    Back: Unprinted
  4. *Bleed

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    If your document includes text or graphics that extend to the edge of the page, it will require a bleed area. Otherwise, there will be a white, 1/8" border along the edges of your document.

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  5. *Paper Choices

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    70 lb. white opaque is a common, cost-effective paper stock.

    30 lb. cotton is an impressive-feeling, heavyweight stationery paper that handles extremely well in laser and inkjet printers.

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  6. Second Sheets (Unprinted)

  7. Job Name

  8. Comments

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