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    Copiers & Supplies in Woodstock


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    Business Listing   Office Connection Inc - Woodstock, GA - Phone: (770) 926-1111


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    Helpful Definition for: Copiers & Supplies


    Woodstock has copiers and supplies available, both for sales as well as use. A photocopier, commonly called copier, is a machine that takes exact reproductions of a document on another paper. They usually take black and white prints, but color copies may also be availed of. Photocopiers can be of many different companies, such as Canon, Kyocera, Ricoh and Sharp. Many models of varying specifications and varying levels of sophistication are available. A standard copier shop might have one or more machines. The charges are usually per page. Copiers also need supplies such as toner (which is used for the printing). The copier parts may also need to be replaced upon occasion. These again would vary by the brand of the copier itself. Copiers are popularly used to have duplicate documents, notes and other paperwork made. It's safe to have backups!

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