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adam grossmyer wrote:
Dang it Milt, where were you last week with this info, I just ordered my
cards and got them in the mail last week. HI HI. I was wondering if I could
email you a copy of my card and you might be able to let me know how my lay
out is? Thanks Milt.
On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 12:46 PM, Milton Garb <email@example.com> wrote:
Something to consider...
I do my own QSL cards. I start with Excel, and do 4 cards per page.
I print 1 sheet, 1200 dpi, on 110 brightness paper, take it to Kinko's,
have them print it out on card stock, and cut them.
Card stock comes 250 sheets per pack and I wind up with 1000 cards, 1
color, for about $30. Pastel card stock is kind of nice. Bright and easy to
After 35 years of QSL'ing, and being a QSL manager for several DX stations,
there are some simple basic things that help speed a card back to you. Isn't
that the name of the game?
1) Print all info on 1 side of the card.
2) Put your call in big letters.
3) Logo's, etc should be in the upper portion of the card, away from QSO
4) QSO information should be across the bottom.
I'll be happy to send you or anyone else a copy of the Excel sheet I did
for my cards.
----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Fitzgerald
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <070%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 8:31 AM
Subject:  QRZ Page & QSL Cards
OK, so I just added the PODXS 070 Logo ( I prefer Rollo to the
standard logo) and link to my QRZ.com page but it occurs to me to add
Rollo and my number to the next printing of my QSL card as well.
Something other might want to consider.
73 de Eric, KG6MZS
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