Perfect Image FTP Instructions
Before sending your files to us, package your files to include all links and fonts by using the Package feature of InDesign or Quark. Then compress that folder before sending. Mac OSX users can control-click the folder and select "Create Archive". PC users can use WinZip to zip the folder. Mac OS9 users can use Stuffit to compress their folder. Use a descriptive name for your archive.

Use one of the following methods to send a file to the Perfect Image ftp site.


Option 1 - Using FTP software
(such as Fetch, WS_FTP, CuteFTP, etc.)

Type information into appropriate boxes:
FTP address: http://67.116.88.74
Then Please Email Us For Login & Password (email us here) or call us at (916) 631-8350

Note: You must turn off "Passive Mode (PASV)" in your FTP client's configuration setup or options menu for this option to work. Put your archive file into your folder. If a folder with your name doesn't exist, you can create one.

Option 2 - Using a Web Browser
(such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Netscape, etc)

Type in the address bar:
http://67.116.88.74

You will receive a Login dialog box.
Then Please Email Us For Login & Password (email us here) or call us at (916) 631-8350

If a folder with your name doesn't exist, you can create one. You can also create folders inside of your folder. Then click the "Choose" button to find the file on your computer you want to upload.

Then click "Send File". Once the files are sent, please send an email to:

perfectimage-mac@sbcglobal.net to let us know that you have posted your files successfully.
Please identify your name/company and the name of the archive we will be using to print your job.
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FTP Upload Overview Instructions
Upload your files to our servers so that we may service your project as fast as possible. Read this section for instructions on how to do so.