hi , i need to copy like 80 pages out of a math book.. a) are u allowed to do this? b) where is cheapest place to get it, i want to have the employee do it for me "full service" cause it would take me like an hour to copy page by page from a book.
Denied!! - Fruitcake
posted: Mar. 24, 2004 @ 9:55p
10c/pg at kinkos b&w
posted: Mar. 24, 2004 @ 10:18p
Some copy shops will refuse to do it for you because the book is probably copyrighted. I know Staples, Kinkos, and OfficeMax won't. If you want to do it yourself which would probably the best bet since they prob. won't do it for you, OfficeMax is 8cents a page plus you can have free color paper and hole-punching.
posted: Mar. 24, 2004 @ 10:51p
I know some copy stores in my area offers 3 cents per page. Go to Office Depot and do it yourself. They charge 5 cents per page. You can also go to OfficeMax, but they are more expensive, like 8 cent/page.
posted: Mar. 24, 2004 @ 10:54p
dont wanna spend 1 hour doin it myself.. ru sure they wont do it for ur for the 2 cents per page service charge?????
theres a FArr's Hallmark by my house 7 cents w/ service..
Office max has color?
posted: Mar. 24, 2004 @ 11:22p
Do it yourself at Kinkos and tell them you're a student for a 10% discount.
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posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 12:03a
cheapest place to copy them is at work. Theres a place near the campus here that takes books copys them and binds them. it comes out to about half of the actual books cost so its not that bad when you have to buy hundreds of dollars worth of books.
posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 12:16a
no job <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif"border=0>
posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 12:48a
just called Kinkos, said illegal to copy textbook
posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 12:58a
Go to college campus. I got unlimit free copy everyday.
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posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 1:23a
<< cheapest place to copy them is at work. Theres a place near the campus here that takes books copys them and binds them. it comes out to about half of the actual books cost so its not that bad when you have to buy hundreds of dollars worth of books. >>
there's a place by my school too, but beware that is illegal. just don't get caught
posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 1:32a
im in high school, i just walk into a place like UCI??
There are plenty of mom and pop stores that have copy machines. They usually charge about 5 cents a page and probably could care less what you duplicate. That only adds up to 4 dollars, so consider that price to what you would pay for copies + gas if you go somewhere out of your way. Frankly, I don't understand why you cannot do it yourself. But, if you find it so difficult to make copies on your own, you could always hire some kid to do it for you.
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posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 6:55a
You could always pick up a Canon Multipass MP360 for $99 AR from Amazon, and get a few $1 generic ink cartridges from Megatoners. It will be cheaper in the long run, and you won't run into any legal hassles.
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posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 9:06a
go to the library people copy books there all the time.
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posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 9:08a
<< im in high school, i just walk into a place like UCI?? >>
No I think you have to be student there. Just curious why do you need to copy it if it's a school related book doesn't the school provide.
posted: Mar. 25, 2004 @ 7:30p
im takin Calculus @ our high school, and we're learning some things that is out not covered in our book, "cylindrical shells, density, arclength" or not covered very well. My friend i taking it at a community college and owns a book that explains everything pretty well..
and to FunnyStuff: i guess i can make copies myself .. im just lazy <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif"border=0>
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