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Hard Truths About ‘Soft’ Fees

I have a favorite ad campaign. It’s for a bank and features a slick fellow offering different cool things to children, but there’s always a catch. As it dawns on the kids that they’re being treated unfairly their  benefactor turned tormenter seems terribly pleased with himself, even laughing in a small girl’s face in one commercial. […]

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New KIP Software Updates Meter Reading Automatically

Hackworth now has the ability to program the newer versions of KIP software to automatically email meter readings. This is a great benefit to customers would like to have this feature setup so you don’t have to be bothered with phone calls every month. Please contact Steve Kirnan or Corey Wilt to schedule an onsite […]

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Do I need a PostScript Printer to Print a PDF file?

Technical answer….Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) is rapidly gaining acceptance in the global marketplace as the standard file format for electronic document distribution and printing. Think of an Adobe PDF file as a reliable “digital master”. With Adobe PDF, you can capture the original look and feel of a document, including all the fonts, images, […]

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Who doesn’t need a vacation?

Have you ever been to an all-inclusive beach resort? Isn’t it so nice to kick back and relax and not have to worry about settling your bill for each meal? Or tipping the waitress and bell boy? It just makes vacation so much more enjoyable when all of the little things have been taken care […]

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Hackworth Partners With St. Jude Dream Home

Hackworth has been partnering with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for the past three years by donating printing services to help promote the St. Jude Dream Home. You can win a house, valued between $300,000 and $700,000, or another great prize by participating in the St. Jude Dream Home® Giveaway. Reserve your $100 ticket for […]

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Digital Color Solutions FAQ

Q: I found an image online that I would like to include in my brochure and on a banner. Is that possible? A: Generally, images found online are not usable, because their resolution (quality) is poor. While the image may look okay in its original size, it will become distorted once enlarged. The best options […]

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