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Using your own artwork? We want to make the process quick and easy. Please fill out the form below, use the "Upload File" field to locate the artwork on your computer and upload it directly to our FTP server. Your upload will generate an automatic notification to our graphics team and to your sales representative, who will confirm receipt of the files.

Should you have more than one file to upload, please either send us a .zip file with all artwork, or you may use this form more than once until all files have been uploaded.

Programs Accepted

  • MAC: QuarkXpress 8.5, InDesign CS6, Illustrator CS6, Photoshop CS6
  • PC: QuarkXpress 8.5, InDesign CS6, Illustrator CS6, Photoshop CS6, Corel Draw - CorelDraw must be exported as Adobe Illustrator file with text converted to curves. Please note that background patterns and some imported graphics in Corel will not export correctly. Please call us if you have questions.
  • If your program is not listed here, please contact us for further information.

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