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How to customize and print your PLUS bookmarks: The image at left is a single graphic file in JPEG format. You can right-click it to save the image as a file on your own machine, and once you've done that you can reopen it in your favorite graphics editing program (such as MS Paint, which comes as part of the standard Windows package) in order to resize, duplicate, and lay out the bookmark for printing.
The image at right is not a picture file. It is made up of text that you can readily copy and edit to suit your purposes if you choose to produce two-sided bookmarks.
We welcome suggestions that can help us make these bookmarks easier to download and print. If you have advice, or a bookmark design that you'd like to share, please contact us.
You are invited to print and distribute this bookmark with or without attribution. The principles of anti-copyright apply: Use it for promotion of reading or of library services and we're buddies. But if you use this bookmark as an advertising tool or marketing device for any commercial purpose, our PLUS legal eagles will swoop down on you so fast it'll make your head spin.
Bookmarks @anti-copyright 2002 Bruce Jensen