Abstract: A printer 10 has a reception unit 28 for receiving print commands from a host 12, and has print heads 64, 66 capable of printing multiple colors. A data processing part 24 applies a specific colorization process according to a print command received by a reception unit 28 and generates color print data for printing multiple colors. The content of a colorization process is determined by colorization information stored in a colorization information storage unit 62. The colorization information is set by a data configuration unit 26 according to a color setup command from the host 12.
Abstract: An expense receipt diary of a notebook-type (10) consisting of a front cover (12), a back cover (14), and a plurality of interior pages (16), secured together by binding (18) on one side. The front of each interior page (16) consists of a mounting area (24) that contains a plurality of adhesive strips (28). Each strip (28) is comprised of a release liner (30) and an underlying adhesive (32). Receipts (34a) may be attached to the underlying adhesives (32) by removing the liners (30) and pressing the receipt (34b) onto the exposed adhesives (32). The recording area (20) is located on the reverse side of the mounting area (24). The recording area (20) is a printed surface where the employee can record details pertaining to the receipts attached (34b) to the mounting area (24) of the same sheet.
Abstract: A mailing assembly for use in connection with non-domestic delivery of a mailpiece wherein the sender of the mailpiece is required to complete a sender's declaration. The assembly includes a mailing form that may be sub-divided into customs declarations forms, a dispatch notice and a backing sheet. The backing sheet may be peeled off the mailing form exposing adhesive on the backing sheet. The backing sheet may be folded in such a way as to provide an envelope to adhere to the mailpiece to be non-domestically delivered. The customs declarations forms and, dispatch notice may then be inserted into the envelope whereupon the mailpiece may be non-domestically delivered. The customs declaration forms and dispatch notice of the mailing form may be variably printed with information to aid in the non-domestic delivery of the mailpiece.
Abstract: A food/drink tab/check holder for making it easier for the customer to be able to read one's tab/check upon the receipt thereof. The food/drink tab/check holder includes a book having a front cover and a back cover being pivotally connected to the front cover and closable upon said front cover with the front cover having a side facing the back cover upon the book being closed and with the back cover having a side facing the front cover upon the book being closed; and also includes a tab/check member including a piece of paper being removably held within the book and having indicia displayed thereupon; and further includes an elongate magnifying member being movably attached to the book for enlarging the indicia for a user to easily view without having to use eyeglasses; and also includes a light-emitting assembly being attached to the book for providing light between the front and back covers upon the book being opened; and further includes a writing utensil being removably supported upon the book.
Abstract: A travel brochure includes a sheet having at least three vertical fold line portions defining respective first and second left panels and first and second right panels. Each defines an upper edge. A map corresponds to a selected geographic area and is positioned on the first and second left panels on one side thereof. The map has color coated portions corresponding to designated roads. A set of flip-up brochures are positioned on each first and second right panel on the same side of the sheet as the map. Each set of flip-up brochures includes an upper edge that is secured along an upper edge of the respective first and second right panels. At least one set of flip-up brochures includes printed indicia corresponding to an address of a geographic attraction. The printed indicia is color coated to the color coating of the map.
Abstract: Equipment and methods of entering and playing a prize drawing game of chance are disclosed, some of which do not require the participant to make a purchase in order to enter. The five ways of entering the game include the use of a written entry form which is printed, at intervals, along the length of a cash register tape, such that the entry forms are disseminated among customers when cash register receipts are generated by the use of the tape and are given to customers.