# Wednesday, December 10, 2014

PC2Paper will be closed on:
Christmas Eve 24th December
Christmas Day 25th December
Boxing Day 26th of December
New Years Eve 31st of December
New Years Day 1st of January

Any mail sent after 4pm on Tuesday the 23rd of December will be processed on the next working day Monday the 29th of December.

Any Mail Sent after 4pm on Tuesday the 30th of December will be processed on the next working day Friday the 2nd of January.

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# Friday, December 05, 2014

The last UK posting dates for Christmas are as follows:

Thursday 18 December 2nd Class and Royal Mail Signed For
Saturday 20 December 1st Class and Royal Mail Signed For
Tuesday 23 December Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed

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The last Christmas posting dates for overseas mail are as follows:


Wednesday 3 December Asia, Far East (including Japan), New Zealand
Thursday 4 December Australia
Friday 5 December Africa, Caribbean, Central & South America, Middle East
Monday 8 December Cyprus, Eastern Europe, Greece
Tuesday 9 December Canada, Poland
Friday 12 December USA
Saturday 13 December Western Europe (excluding Greece, Poland)

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# Sunday, November 30, 2014

We've added a new feature to our website. The ability to send your letters via email.

Many of you have asked for this feature in the past, so we have now built it into the site. To use it you will need to log into the PC2Paper website and click on the "Email to Letter" tab to setup your account. 

After you have done so you can then send letters via your favourite email program be it gmail, outlook or the email client on your iPhone, iPad or Samsung Galaxy - any email program will work.

You can choose to type a letter in the body of your email or you can attach a PDF to your email which will also be included as part of the letter.

The address of the recipient gets inserted into the subject of the email (please see the image below).

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Our email to letter gateway will inform you once you have sent your email if it has been accepted.

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# Thursday, November 27, 2014
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday in the USA on November 27th & 28th our US printing is closed until Monday, December 1st. Any US based mail will be processed on the next available working day.
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# Friday, August 15, 2014

Monday the 25th of August is a public holiday in the UK. There are no Royal mail deliveries or postal collections on this day and the PC2Paper office is closed. Any mail received after our 4pm cut off time on Friday the 22nd of August will be queued in our system and processed on the next available working day which is Tuesday the 26th of August. Customer should also expect some delays to both  sent letters and received letters due to the holiday.

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# Tuesday, May 20, 2014

PC2Paper enables you to send letters in several ways via our system

  • Uploading a PDF of your finished document which you can create directly from applications such as MS Word.
  • Using the PC2Paper Printer enables you to write your letter in any application on your computer and print it directly from your machine to us as a letter.
  • Write your letter online and if you choose to attach PDF's as part of your letter

The following example will show you how to do this using our online editor and how you can re-use the same letter over and over again after setting up a saved letter as a template.

Step 1 - Write your letter

Log into your PC2Paper account and click on the Write a Letter link and select the insert template link (shown in the link below)

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Step 2 - Select a template

In the dialogue that appears select a template, in the image below we are selecting the standard letter with letter head

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Step 3 - Upload images of your letter head and signature

Highlight the text "Your company letter head here" then click on the images button (shown in the image below).

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In the dialogue that appears upload images of your letter head and signature using the "Upload Image" section shown in the image below (you can read more about inserting images into your document here). Then click on the image of your letter head you uploaded and click on OK.

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Clicking OK your letter should look similar to the image below

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Step 4 - Insert your signature

Inserting your signature is exactly the same process. Scroll down your letter to where you wish to insert your signature and click the insert image icon and then select an image of your signature to upload.

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Step 5 - Preview your document

Preview your document to ensure it looks correct by clicking on the preview button found at the very top or bottom of the page. It should look similar to the preview below.

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Step 6 - Save your letter for later

You can now save your letter and create a copy of it each time you wish to send a new letter. To do this close the preview, click save and then select "close & exit". On the page that appears select the "Items Saved" tab (as shown below).  Click on the "copy as a new letter" copy icon next to your letter each time you wish to send a new letter with your letter head and signature.

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# Monday, May 19, 2014

Monday the 26th of May is a Bank Holiday in the UK. There are no postal collections or deliveries on this day and the PC2Paper office will be closed. Any letters sent after our 4pm cut-off on Friday the 23rd of May will be sent on the next available working day, Tuesday the 27th of May. Letters sent after the cut-off time will be queued in our system until they can be processed.

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# Tuesday, April 15, 2014

There are no deliveries or collections on Friday 18th April and Monday 21st April due to the Easter holidays. Any letters sent after our 4pm cut-off on Thursday the 17th of April will be sent on the next available working day which is Tuesday the 22nd of April. Any mail received during this time will remain queued in our system for processing.

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