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Old 08-01-2006, 02:19 PM   #1  
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Has anyone ever run the shimmer cardstock (SU brand) through their laser printer? Does it print ok? I'd like to use it to make some invitations, but am not sure if it would smear...
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I printed on the shimmery white paper with my inkjet paper. I think I changed the settings so it wouldn't smear. It looked BEAUTIFUL! I think I changed the print settings to either glossy or photo paper, something like that.
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That's my inkjet PRINTER, not PAPER -- darn no edit button!~
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That's my inkjet PRINTER, not PAPER -- darn no edit button!~
Thanks! I knew what you meant! I guess I'll give it a try... I just think it will look so much classier than plain cardstock.
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I used it for invitations and it worked beautifully. No smearing.
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