Know what you're ordering
It is our aim to create absolutely unique titles for each and every one of our scans. We go to some length to achieve this. We take the first three letters of your last name, your first initial, your order number and which item we've just scanned to create these unique titles. So, for example, if your name's John Snow, you're ordering from us for the twenty-second time, and we've just scanned the fifteenth item in your order, that scanned file would be named: snoj022-0015.jpg.
Of course, this system doesn't work for everybody, and you are free to label your scans as you wish once you get them home. But to save you time, we can label them for you, according to your own specification.
The titles of the different labelling types, shown above and explained below, are fairly self explanatory. But, to be exact:
If your slides have already been numbered and catalogued, you may wish to preserve these numbers on your scans. Your numbers should be less than five digits long.
For titles that are up to ten characters long, including spaces. This might apply if you want people's first names, or an abbreviation of a place name preserving.
Slightly longer titles that might accommodate a person's full name. Applies to titles that are up to twenty characters long.
There is no limit to the number of characters you can include if you select a long title. Perhaps you want the title to represent where and when a photo was taken.
How to order
Enter the quantity in each box for each of your chosen label types, and click, 'Add to Cart.'
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