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Setting The Tone

Color copiers may be grabbing headlines these days, but don't discount the standard black-and-whites. These workhorses may be all you really need.

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This story appears in the December 1998 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

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Most small-business owners have three concerns when they're thinking about buying a black-and-white copier: cost, performance and production capabilities. What many don't think about until the last minute is size. When your growing company finds that a small, lightweight personal copier can no longer handle the increased load that expansion demands, you must consider the space an office copier requires, whether it's a desktop model or a stand-alone unit that sits atop its own cabinet or pedestal.

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