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Notepad Printing FAQ

Notepad printing FAQ

Have a question about printing custom Notepads? Check out these notepad printing FAQ and learn about our paper stocks, double-sided printing, variable data and more.

What sizes are available?

You can design custom notepads 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.

What paper stocks and weights are available?

Our notepads are available in white uncoated smooth stock and a lightweight 70# paper weight. Learn more: Small Format Paper Stocks, Coated Paper Stocks vs. Uncoated Paper Stocks, Text Weight vs. Cover Weight

Can personalized notepads be printed double-sided?

Yes. You can print notepads on one or both sides with black or full-color ink. Just use the Printing on the Front and Printing on the Back dropdowns on the product page. Learn more: Black vs. Full-Color Ink

What’s the minimum order quantity?

The minimum order quantity for notepads is 5. The maximum is 1,000. As a premium online printer, we make it easy to order quantities outside this range, too – simply request a Custom Quote.

How many sheets can one notepad have?

You can customize your notepads to include as many sheets as you want. We recommend 100 sheets per notepad.

Can you print variable data?

Yes. Part of our online printing services, variable data printing lets you personalize your notepads for individual users or target audiences. Learn more: Variable Data Printing

Can I create notepads with different logos and designs in the same order?

Yes. With our Versions feature, you can print various designs to differ content on multiple notepads. The designs can change but your notepads must be the same and finish. Learn more: Versions

 

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

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