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What is a plate charge?The imprinted supply vendors charge a plate fee for new artwork. If you want to add School of, Department, etc. to existing artwork, the plate charge will apply and will be included in the cost of your order. These can range from $55 to $60.
Why does my order cost more than the suggested retail listed on the site?Price varies depending on number of imprint colors, stitch counts, quantity ordered, and number of locations.
The item I'm looking for is not on the website.If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please contact us for more options and information through the contact link at the bottom of the page.
Does my order have to meet the vendor minimums?Yes. Minimums are part of a pre-arranged agreement with each vendor. Special Orders are not exempt from this agreement.
Will the vendor ship directly to me?The following vendors drop ship: Campus Crystal, Nichols and Stone, Standard Chair, Framing Success, and Eglomise. If your order is coming from another vendor, then it will be shipped to the bookstore, and the store will inform you that your order has arrived.
What is lead-time?Lead-time is the estimated time it will take a vendor to produce and ship an order. We cannot guarantee an delivery date that falls before a vendors lead time. Please note that lead-times vary by vendor.
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Internet Explorer Issues and Questions
I am having problems accessing the site...
...and I am using Internet Explorer 5.
To update your browser settings in IE 5:
  1. Click Tools, then Internet Options.
  2. Click the Security Tab.
  3. Click the Internet zone.
  4. Click Custom Level, scroll to the Cookie Section.
  5. Click Enable for both cookie options.
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  2. Under the Temporary Internet Files, click the Settings button.
  3. Under the heading, "Check for newer versions of stored pages:" select "Every visit to the page"
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...and I am using Internet Explorer 4.x.
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AOL Issues and Questions
I am having problems accessing the site and...
...I am using Internet Explorer/AOL.
(Note: AOL Software uses Microsoft IE as its default browser.) To update your browser settings in IE/AOL,
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  3. Click on Control Panel.
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  5. Click on the Advanced Tab.
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  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click on Control Panel.
  4. Click on the Internet Icon. The Internet Properties window should appear.
  5. Click on the Advanced Tab.
  6. Click with your mouse to select the box left of "Warn before accepting Cookies."
  7. You will now have the option to decline each cookie offered by websites that you visit.
... I am using AOL 6.0.
To update your browser settings in AOL 6.0,
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  2. There is a Settings Drop Down at the top of the screen (above URL field).
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Then select Preferences.
  5. A My AOL - Preferences window appears.
  6. Click on the Internet Properties (WWW). This opens up an AOL Internet Properties Window.
  7. Go to the Security tab, and set the security level for this zone by moving the slider from Medium to Medium-Low.
Note: If you continue to have problems with AOL, after signing on as usual, minimize your AOL browser and open up Internet Explorer or Netscape. These programs will run off of your AOL Internet connection.
...I am using AOL on a Mac.
To update your browser settings in AOL on a Mac,
  1. Go to My AOL, then click Preferences.
  2. Click on WWW.
  3. Go to Advanced Settings. In the left pane, click on Receiving Files, then in the right pane, click on Cookies, and choose Never Ask or Ask (if you would like a warning.)