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Carbonless Forms Printing FAQ

Carbonless forms printing FAQ

Have a question about printing custom Carbonless Forms? Check out these carbonless forms printing FAQ and learn about our carbonless paper, form types, order quantities and more.

What sizes are available?

You can design custom carbonless forms for online printing in our predetermined sizes or use custom dimensions. When you enter your desired dimensions in the Finished Size fields on the product page, a notification will alert you if they are outside our parameters. In that case, you can request a Custom Quote.

Do you offer different form types?

Yes. As a premium online printer, we offer a few different types of carbonless forms:

  • 2-Part Carbonless Forms
    • Includes: One white form and one copy in canary yellow
    • Paper weight: 20# bond
  • 3-Part Carbonless Forms
    • Includes: One white form and two copies in canary yellow and pink
    • Paper weight: 20# bond
  • 4-Part Carbonless Forms
    • Includes: One white form and three copies in canary yellow, pink and gold
    • Paper weight: 20# bond

What is the minimum order quantity?

You can order as few as 50 forms and as many as 2,000. For quantities outside this range, you can request a Custom Quote.

Can I create carbonless forms with different designs in the same order?

Yes. With our Versions feature, you can print various designs to differ content on multiple forms. For this online printing service, the designs can change but your forms must be the same size and finish. Learn more: Versions

What’s the difference between carbon and carbonless paper?

Carbon paper uses a sheet of blue ink in between pages. When you write on the paper, pressure from the pen transfers that ink onto the sheet below. Carbonless paper uses a coating on the top and bottom of the forms to create the copies, hence its carbonless name.

 

If you have questions about any of these carbonless forms printing FAQ or other printing services, please contact customer service.

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