From: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
ORIGINAL: Dr. Foo
I was thinking of having Kinko's or Office Depot print (in color) and bind it and rough estimates?
Go on their website, you can submit your manual on line and depending on your choices (color, type of paper, binding, etc) it should provide you with a quote in real-time before you confirm you want it. I think OfficeDepot does it this way.
If I remember well, the prices for color printed manuals were horrendous. But that was more than 3 years ago, perhaps it's less expensive now.
The printed manual looks like it took half the price of Amazon's Kindle.
Yeah, that's what I thought when changing my toner cartridges But laser cartridges are cheap and last long. I pay 45$ for a pack of 4 cartridges (black, cyan, yellow, magenta) and they last for quite long compared to inkjet.