Based on your location, you can find many printing options for your funeral programs. These programs can be printed at FedEx Printing Service or any staples print service store or similar.
Even if there are no retail ship & print or office supply centers in your area, you should still be able to use a commercial print shop that serves local businesses.
Here are four common retail locations where printing can be done.
Fedex/Kinkos Ship & Print Centers normally have self-service machines that customers can use to run copies (see more about that below). They can also print your custom funeral programs to your specifications. Most FedEx/Kinkos locations allow uploading of document originals through their website, then completing your print specifications and submitting the order for pick-up at your designated store.
Staples Copy & Print Centers include self-service copiers and printers within their office supply stores. You can copy from USB, the cloud or printed documents. Staples also has full-service copy shops that can complete your funeral and memorial program print jobs for you, and their website allows easy ordering of print services.
UPS Shipping Centers also offer this type of full-service printing. UPSStore.com gives instructions for uploading your documents to be printed and then selecting the UPS print shop location nearest you to complete the job.
Office Depot/Office Max is another funeral program printing option available in many areas is through These two office supply chains have merged, but they’ve retained their printing capabilities. As with the other two options, you can set up an online account, upload your funeral programs and specify how you want them printed for pick-up.
Printing Funeral Programs by Yourself
Instead of getting these funeral programs printed at the shop, you can get funeral programs print at your own! Using your office printer or using your home printer, you will able to print the funeral programs created by our online funeral software on QuickFuneral.com
Simply open downloaded HD PDF in Adobe Reader or similar, and send printing command to your system connected printer.
USB / Flash Driver Funeral Program Printing
whether you have to take downloaded funeral program to printing shop or your another system with printer connected, you would like to think “How to save to USB”.
Here are simple steps to follow to save it to your USB / Flash Drive and get funeral programs printed.
Download Funeral Program HD PDF file of your editing work from of funeral software available at QuickFuneral.com
Connect your USB / Flash Drive to PC
Open your browser downloads folder, you can simply find it in your browsers downloads section.
Simply copy the HD PDF file of the funeral program.
Open USB / Flash Drive in PC and simply Paste there.
Your USB / Flash Drive is ready with the funeral program to print.
If you get any error / any issue or other problem regarding printing service, you can use our dedicated LIVE CHAT or simply write to support@QuickFuneral.com for a quick help.
Funeral Program Printer Settings
Please Make Sure to Setup Your Printer Correctly
1) Page Scaling – None (this will make your borders even all the way around)
2) Orientation – Set to landscape or portrait depending on which product you are printing
3) 2-Sided Printing – set your printer to print on both sides and flip on short or long edge depending on which funeral product you are printing (some less complex printers will not have this option. In this case, you will have to print one side at a time)
4) Color or Black/White – Set as desired
The first setting listed above is the most important because the borders are already built for you. If you do not set your “Page Scaling” to “None” then your borders along the edge will be bigger than they should be.
If your printer is taking a long time to print between QuickFuneral.com designs, then your printer is probably set to collate. Uncheck the colated box and your printer will not pause between pages.
Funeral Program Templates for Print
FUNERAL PROGRAMS TEMPLATES
The funeral program is also a great way to share your favorite past and present photos of grandma. They can be arranged in a Collage type format or strategically placed throughout the entire program.
Color and black & white photographs remind guests and family of the life grandma lived, the person she was, her smile, her grace… often, when designed beautifully, guests keep the program for years to come, and the memory of grandma lives on.
Employing the use of a funeral program template is a great approach to creating professional quality funeral bulletins. Here are some tips we’ve summarized when using any template for the memorial or funeral service.
Download your template to a familiar place on your hard drive such as the desktop for fast and easy location. Always copy the original template first before editing so you’ll leave the original intact. Remember to save your template frequently and rename it if you have to. Also, have all your pertinent information ready that you will want to include.
Scan photos and type up the related text so you can just copy it straight into your template. If you will be incorporating photos, crop them after scanning before you add them to your template to remove excess space. Always ask the printers for a proof to review and give you enough time for assembly or putting it all together.