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There's nothing better than holding a real photo, something you can pass around the table, put in a frame or stick on your fridge. Now with the Print@Kodak internet print service, it's easy to turn your digital pictures into real photos. And because the quality is superb, it's everything you have come to expect from Kodak.

The Print@Kodak internet print service is the easy way for you to send your digital photos via the internet for printing on real photographic paper. Your printed photos can either be picked up from your chosen photo lab or you can arrange to have them delivered to you through the mail.

The photos will be printed at your selected Kodak outlet or printed by Kodak Photo Services if the photo lab doesn't have the compatible systems. The Print@Kodak network of photo labs is continually growing so you'll be sure to find a store near you!
 

  This is how the Print@Kodak system works:  
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1. Take pictures with your digital camera 2. Select the pictures you want printed on your computer
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3. Send the images through the Print@Kodak software for printing 4. Pick up your Kodak photos from your closest participating retail store or have them delivered to you by mail
 
Using the FREE
Print@Kodak software, your digital photos, scans and digital art images can be easily transmitted (via the internet) for printing on photographic paper. The Print@Kodak software is available from Kodak free of charge or can be downloaded from this web site - simply click download to obtain your copy (there are three options available).
 
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