Hi everyone,Ten years ago, I'd never have dreamed of trying this but printers have got better and before I splash out on a new one, I wanted to ask: is it now practical to print the letterhead AND letter content to plain paper?
Yes, I know it's technically possible - it always has been - but is the quality of colour printing (and the 'feel') now good enough to use without the customer noticing it for everyday paperwork? My letterhead has a solid strip of blue over the bottom 2 inches of the sheet with white lettering within. When I tried it in the past, this strip would 'band' and the white lettering never looked very good so I gave up on the experiment and bought in pre-printed. However, I wonder if technology now offers a viable alternative.
If you do it, what kind of printer do you use (the technology, not a roll-call of printer vendors, please!) and do you think the results rival the 'real thing'?
Please do feel free to contact me if this is something of interest.
Any opinions would be much appreciated.
Thanks for any help.
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.