Looking for a printer that prints 3x5 index cards

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    macmaroon

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    Greetings all,

    I have been having a bit of an unlucky streak lately, everything I touch no longer works.

    The latest casualty is my old Lexmark printer which I used to print custom index cards for collecting autographs. I bought it ages ago, and now have to get another one rather soon as hockey season approaches and I would like to start sending out some requests.

    Since I am not too technologically advanced, I was wondering if any of you in this group could suggest what type of printer I should to buy. I am running Windows Vista and the printer must be able to print individual 3x5 index cards. While the Lexmark I had was not too bad, I could never get the colour and black & white ink cartridges aligned properly to print a quality card. Any help would be greatly appreciated it.

    Thanking you in advance!

    Mac Maroon
    Sadly without a printer
     
    macmaroon, Aug 28, 2011
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    aoife

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    You could use any printer and then just choose page setup, go to paper and choose custom. Then you can input the size you want and it will print to 3 x 5.
     
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    Yeah I agree. I think it would be better to buy a normal printer and just changing the settings to do what you want it to do.
     
    LoveToPrint, Sep 16, 2011
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