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    • macromarship | Dec 9, 2009

      True Story: When in college the school printer was always taken so to meet deadlines I invested in an HP and the quality was better than the one at School. The toughest part is calibration. If it can work for design, it can certainly work for most cases.

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    • mythreesonsmom | Feb 12, 2010

      If money is an issue, think about signing up with paperback swap. Paperback Swap works like this. List all the books you don't want. When someone requests it, you pay to mail it to them. You get a credit and can buy any book that someone else will mail to you. Depending on how much you read, you can really save some cash. My husband has easily saved over $600 since he started less than a year ago. Plus if you really just want to buy books, you can do that at a fraction of the normal price. http://www.paperbackswap.com/index.php?n=1">Swap Your Used Books - PaperBackSwap.com

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