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stationery

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Best online holiday card services

Sending holiday photo cards has become another tradition of the season. These days, it's easier than ever to design, print and mail a personalized card, thanks to the abundance of online stationery sites. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.

By December 10, 2014

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Creating Stationery Pads in OS X

One of the long-standing feature of the Mac OS has been support for Stationery Pads, which is a way to create templates out of practically any document using the Finder.

By April 9, 2010

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Minted.com: Print stationery not dead yet

Start-up officially launching Monday aims to personalize the $10 billion annual printed stationary market with do-it-yourself design sourced on the Web.

By July 20, 2008

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Flickr welcomes Tiny Prints to 'Do More' family

Flickr has teamed up with online stationery service Tiny Prints to enable users to make stationery with images in their photostream.

By November 14, 2008

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Art design for the masses, chosen by the masses

Industry execs say crowdsourcing is one of the best ways to stay on top of consumer trends, so a host of new sites are asking professional and armchair designers to submit art for sneakers, skateboards, car art, and stationery.

By August 29, 2008

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Odds & Ends: Toast Bootable option; Stationery Pad; more

Odds & Ends: Toast Bootable option; Stationery Pad; more

By January 25, 2002

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Hardware glitch plagues Hotmail

Microsoft's free email product is offering a new "stationery" feature, but many users can't access it while a hardware problem locks them out of their accounts.

By March 24, 1999

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Short Take: CompuServe inks print shop deal

CompuServe has inked a deal with iPrint, an online printing and stationery site. CompuServe will offer WYSIWYG desktop publishing through its new iPrint-powered Print Shop, which lets users design customized stationery, invitations, business cards, and other items online, then have them printed and shipped.

By September 3, 1997