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What are the differences between hard copy and electronic reprints?
Hard copy reprints are articles that have been reformatted and reprinted on to 8 1/2 by 11 glossy paper in two to four colors. A single reprint can number one to eight pages in length. Electronic reprints are articles that have been reformatted for posting on a Web site.

How do I order reprints of articles from IT World Canada print publications?
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How do I order reprints for articles that appeared on
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What should I do if I need less than 100 reprints?
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May I link to an article on
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Can I obtain a reciprocal link from to my Website? does not offer reciprocal links to other Websites. Relevant links within a story may be created at the discretion of the editors of that story.

May I frame an link?
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