FedEx Office Print Online Review

By Jonathan Spira on 20 April 2010
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Business travelers almost always have business cards on hand – except when they run out or you’ve left home without them.  This, of course, always seems to happen during an important trip or before a meeting and no one is exempt. As if to illustrate the point, I found myself without cards when attending a major conference but was able to resolve the situation without straying far from my computer.

FedEx Office has a Print Online service and I used the Design and Print Center to design and print my cards.    The service allows you to upload a file with your business card design already on it, choose from FedEx’s designs, or design a card on line.  I chose to design my own and uploaded the appropriate logo (the system also offers a wide variety of business-specific images that may be used).

At first, all I had to do was complete a form with all of the information one would expect to include on a card but I ultimately wasn’t satisfied with the design.  Then I stumbled upon the system’s advanced mode, which allowed me complete control over layout, fonts, and graphics.  Within minutes, my card was ready to be printed and I placed my order.

The standard delivery time for business cards is seven days but the rush option gets the cards to you within three business days (the first day is the day you place the order, and I received my cards within 48 hours.

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