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Secure Customer Upload
Yep, it’s as simple as it looks! Just add your file to the designated area, and fill out the info fields. There’s no need to sign up, log in, or create a user name… just a few clicks and you’re done.
Your upload will go directly into our secure Dropbox account.
If the file is under 10 MB, email it directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
FYI so you can DIY
Templates for Download
Clicking on a template below will automatically save it to wherever your browser is set to download files. If you are unsure where that is, you can also right click the link and save it.
Business Card (Horizontal)
Business Card (Vertical)
6-Panel Brochure (11×8.5)
4-Panel Brochure (11×8.5)
Letter Envelope (#10)
Return Envelope (#9)
Folding Invite (10×7)
Invite Envelope (A7)
These templates are all meant to get you started with your project. If you don’t see the exact size you need, download the closest option and simply change the document size. For detailed instructions on using these templates, read Submitting Art for Print.
Blog Posts from our How-To Category
Using Clear and Silver Toner
Are you looking for that extra piece of flair to add to your print project? You may want to consider our clear or silver toner. The clear resembles a spot UV or varnish coating, and the silver is actually a metallic toner. Both of these…
Image Resolution 101
If you’ve ever tried to print out an image you found on the internet, you probably already know that the image isn’t really as large as it appears on your screen. A photo may appear as clear as the top building photo here…
Bleed and Crop Marks 101
What does the printing term Bleed mean? Bleed refers to anything that prints past the edge of where a document is to be trimmed. The bleed will be trimmed off, but it is basically a safety precaution so that the piece…
Submitting Art for Print 101
First we’ll go over how to use the downloadable MT Litho templates. Once you download a template to your computer, you’ll need to uncompress the .zip file. The zip file contains three items: an .indd (InDesign CC), .idml…