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From: danny burstein <dan...@panix.com>
Subject: Re: IBM Forms Design Manual
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In <8oj47891lrcnrijt9g3dq203o138lpi...@4ax.com> ArarghMail208NOS...@NOT.AT.Arargh.com writes:
>>>>> I believe we used to have the forms companies do the design for us for
>>>>> free in return for a guaranteed order.
>>>> You mean the companies like Moore Business Forms and such for output
>>> Yes, I thought of Moore, but was trying to come up with one or two other
>>UARCO was another big supplier. It was bought by Standard Register in 1997.
>Well, I have forms rulers from "The Standard Register Company", "the
>forms group"(I think they were/are local to Illinois), and "Duplex
>Products, Inc." sitting over there on the corner of my desk. All
>left over from the early 70s. Still use them a bit. :-)
New England Business Forms, perhaps? ALthoguh in looking
them up now I see they've been bought up by "Deluxe".
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