Send Files

The best way to send artwork to us is when you place your order via our online shop here:

You can also upload your files (up to 50MB):  Click here to upload your files directly to us.

Alternatively, you can email files to us at Please be aware that large files might not come through and sometimes emails can be delayed, so we recommend that you send them to us using one of the other facilities listed.

We strongly recommend that you send PDF files to print. This is especially important if your original file is from Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher) as these can change when opened on a different computer.

More information on making PDFs can be found here.

However you send it to us, don’t forget to include full instructions of what you need: colour or black print, single or double sided, number of copies etc. Also, let us know when you would like it for; we do have lower prices for most printing if you can wait 3 or 5 working days. But if it’s urgent, let us know and we’ll do our best to complete it by your deadline.


You can send files up to a total of 2GB using WeTransfer.


Sign up to Dropbox and install their software to give you 2GB of online storage that can be accessed from any web browser and selectively shared with family, friends and us. You can even access your files on an iPhone or Android mobile.

To share files with us, put them inside a folder named something like “muprint Your Name” inside the Dropbox folder on your computer. Then right click (or control click on a Mac) and on the Dropbox menu choose “Share this folder”. Put the email address ‘’ in the recipient box and click Share Folder. We’ll also need instructions: include a file in the folder; or write it in the message box when you share it; or send us a separate email.

Or bring your files in!

If you prefer to bring your file in to us in person, that’s fine. You can also access your email or online storage on one of our customer PCs. Whatever you choose to do, please send a PDF file if you can.

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