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  • Bahrman
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    I sent an email to Jodi explaining the issue and she sent me one stating I did have permission to have them printed.

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  • lunchmoney
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    Care to share who the problem was solved? For anyone else that has the same issue/question.

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  • sillywilly4
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    Originally posted by Bahrman View Post
    Problem solved by Jodi.
    Many are

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  • Bahrman
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    Problem solved by Jodi.

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  • ValhallaGH
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    Then your specific Staples guy is a dick.
    They can't print any copies you do not specifically ask for, they can't retain copies of the files, and they can't distribute printings to anyone - but they can absolutely print a copy of your file and then hand it to you, in exchange for cash.

  • Bahrman
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    Apparently, at least according to the guy at Staples, that means I can print it but does not give a third party permission to receive pay to print it for me.

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  • ValhallaGH
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    The permission is in the pdf file.

    Look at the cover of the pdf in adobe reader / whatever. You'll see a yellow "note" icon in the upper left corner. Point your cursor at that icon and it should expand into a note that has several paragraphs. The last paragraph reads:
    This document may be printed for personal use.
    Almost all PEG pdf books have that note, and all of my Savage RIFTS books definitely have it. Along with the companions.
    Last edited by ValhallaGH; 09-07-2018, 01:42 AM.

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  • Bahrman
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    A problem with PFD printing

    So I bought some books in PDF format with the intent of having them printed and bound. I did this because I wish to run a savage rifts game tomorrow (9/7) and had little notice so it would be cheaper to do that than pay for overnighting mail. On presenting my USB to the associate and him examining the files I was told that while I have permission to print them it is still legally risky for them to do so with some sort of permission from the publisher of said books. Is that something I can get and how would I go about that.

    Thank you.
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