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I need to photocopy about a dozen exercise books with school work in. How?

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itati Mon 21-Jul-08 17:55:38


windygalestoday Mon 21-Jul-08 18:02:41


if they re your own childs conveniently lose them if they are someone elses why would u want to do that?

hana Mon 21-Jul-08 18:05:50

do you have a printing shop nearby? They would do it, or libraries have photocopiers - they might be a bit more expensive (ours is 10p for an A4 sheet)

itati Mon 21-Jul-08 18:20:11

I need to do them.

Sounds like it will be quite dear.

ChasingSquirrels Mon 21-Jul-08 18:26:33

also intrigued as to why...
Anyway - have you a friend with a all in one scanner/copier/printer?, have you got a scanner - scan and print, do you know someone who works in an office with access to a copier? Will the school let you do it there?

itati Mon 21-Jul-08 18:37:19

I really don't want to say why if you don't mind. And yes, they are my books.

TheFallenMadonna Mon 21-Jul-08 18:40:57


Did you have a thread about your old exercise books recently, or am I getting confused?

itati Mon 21-Jul-08 18:42:26

No, not me.

Hubby is home now and I might not have to copy them now. Make life easier.

TheFallenMadonna Mon 21-Jul-08 18:43:00

I am easily confused grin

itati Mon 21-Jul-08 18:43:26

Me too!

treacletart Mon 21-Jul-08 18:43:40

Do you really need to phoocopy them? Maybe you could photograph them instead...

treacletart Mon 21-Jul-08 18:44:36

photocopy even..

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