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XBRL EDGAR Filings

Filings are performed using the Securities and Exchange Commission’s EDGARLink Software. Confirmation of acceptance is returned via electronic mail to Network Financial Printing and is immediately faxed to the client.

Proofs

Network Financial Printing proofs are produced with our custom printing system, a utility developed which paginates the EDGAR proof the same as the original document and allows the placement of a proof slug or document description. Proofs may be printed on standard letter (8″ x 11″) or legal (8″ x 14″) paper. Proofs are normally Continue Reading

Test Filing

Test filings are performed for filings where timing is critical or when modules will be referenced to verify the CCC (CIK Confirmation Code) and module names.

Verification/Quality Control

Proofreading All EDGAR material converted from electronic form is slug-read (start and end of paragraphs); tabular pages requiring redesign (i.e., breaking a table) are read word-for-word. Scanned material is spell checked and proofread word-for-word after being run through special software to look for common scanning errors (interchange of characters such as periods and commas, 5’s Continue Reading

Conversion

Network Financial Printing performs EDGAR conversions from documents originated on virtually any typesetting, desktop publishing or word processing system. Documents can be converted and combined from a variety of sources including: Popular desktop systems such as PageMaker or QuarkXPress for Macintosh or PC. Word processing systems such as WordPerfect, Microsoft Word for Macintosh or Windows. Continue Reading

Edgar Support

Network Financial Printing’s EDGAR services are geared to provide high quality and timely EDGAR conversions. Our quality goals include: Formatting the document layout as closely as possible to the original document. Providing conversions for all special characters such as &, £ or Á to ASCII strings. Noting any differences to the client either within the Continue Reading

Proxy Statements

Similarly, we can turn your proxy statement into anything from a plain and clean html version of the file to nearly any web savvy html documents and PDF files required. We work from your computer version of the file used for print publication. We carefully proofread the contents to verify all data has been translated Continue Reading

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