How to Print and Mail Documents Remotely

I had to mail a 950-page document the other day and I did so in five minutes while sitting at my laptop. I shared this info with five people in the last couple of days and they all were thrilled that I did; they had no idea this was possible and couldn’t wait to try it themselves. Given their enthusiastic reaction, I knew there were plenty of other people who would appreciate this info.

Never again will you have to mess around with printing a document, packaging it up, and making a trip to the post office or overnight mailer. Here’s how:

1) Go to FedEx’s website (formerly Kinko’s).


3) Upload the file(s) you want to print and mail. I uploaded three PDF files and could arrange them in the order I wanted them to print. (You can also upload Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents as well as some lesser-known formats.)

4) Follow the instructions the rest of the way. Everything is laid out simply and beautifully. You’ll enter the mailing address you’re sending to, your credit card info, your info and that’s it! You can track your package online, too. The cost will be dependent on volume; my document cost about eight cents per page plus $17 shipping.

That’s it. It’s that easy. Have fun!


Phil is the author of Through God’s Eyes: Finding Peace and Purpose in a Troubled World, a comprehensive guide to living a spiritual life. Who will benefit from reading it?

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4 Responses to “How to Print and Mail Documents Remotely”

  1. Myrna R Says:

    Thanks for this info. I hate going to mail things out.

  2. Phil Bolsta Says:

    My pleasure, Myrna! That’s why I wanted to get this information in as many hands as possible.

  3. Roland Hall Says:

    If you choose the Fedex delivery option, your choices are all overnight and expensive. You can choose local delivery and the cost of delivery (they call shipping) is 9.99 and it can be there next day morning, for no additional charge. In fact, it came back and said it could be delivered tonight at 7pm.

  4. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Thanks for the information, Roland. If and when that situation arises, I will keep this in mind.

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