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Asked by penny.g on 4th February 2015 Report this content
Can I start my album today and go back to complete it over the next few days?

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Report this content Lepinsky Written on: 05/02/2015
Yes, as far as I know, the albums will stay in your account until you delete them. I've just checked my account and I have albums going back to 2007. I've made cards and calendars from photos in those albums (they are called 'projects') and you can save your projects so that they are always there too.
Report this content ForeverYoung111 Written on: 05/02/2015
Yes you can. There is an option to save it.
Report this content Liz52 Written on: 05/02/2015
Yes, the previous two answers are both correct in my experience. Have fun with your album!
Report this content JuppM Written on: 05/02/2015
Yes. All Albums stay on your account until you delete them. I have had some for years. Each year I do a calendar for my wife - part of her Christmas for that year. I start in January and keep adding photos all through the year up until about two / four weeks before Christmas and then get it printed off when they have their half price calendar sale. I have been doing this over the past 5 yrs and all five are still there - I have not tried editing those already purchased but they are still there to look at. The same goes for any photos or projects you set up.
Report this content bossat9 Written on: 05/02/2015
yes penny you can save what you are doing as long as you want , it will be there for you the next time you log into your account .
Report this content ChrisNorgate Written on: 05/02/2015
YES. Albums can be created, edited, added to and deleted at your leisure, so (if like me) you wanted to take a picture every week of your wife's pregnancy (i've done this twice now) and upload the picture, the day of the birth you can make the book, express delivery it and it'll be waiting as a momento for your new family when you all get out of hospital. My children are now almost 5 and 3, and there has been a picture a week till One and then one a month till 5, so the next book is almost finished. Truprint saves all the images and you can have fun with your book.
Report this content SuzySue22 Written on: 05/02/2015
Yes that is no problem at all, you can go back to it as many times as you like.
Report this content Kaylee911 Written on: 05/02/2015
Yes you can. Make sure you plan your album or calendar beforehand with all the photographs you want to use as it makes it a lot easier. You can play around with borders and any pictures you want to add i.e. bubbles, balloons etc. as much as you like. I love the calendar and do a new one every year. Once you get the hang of it it is fairly easy.
Report this content Rasdus Written on: 05/02/2015
You certianly can, its like having an online hard drive, if you have a smart phone, get there app, you can go into your albums and save pics to your fone if you like, honestly truprint has saved me 100,s of pounds.
Report this content shaztalking Written on: 05/02/2015
Yes, you can! My goodness, I take ages to arrange my photo books and stuff. I think I spent a week once getting one just perfect, changing photos, changing backgrounds, etc. I ended up with the perfect photo book :) Take your time. Truprint will save it for you.
Report this content Tintin275 Written on: 06/02/2015
Yes, I'm pretty sure that you can as it saves long projects as you are doing them. I've certainly started one on one day and returned the day after myself. If you start something and don't complete it, you get an email too.
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Asked by patricianeil on 20th March 2014 Report this content
Do truprint still do 135 24 exp films? If so how can I contact them?

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Report this content bezzzzza Written on: 21/03/2014
I believe they do - email them and ask for free envelopes so you can send films in for printing/putting on disc etc.  Unsure about prices so probably best to ask that question at same time. Hope this helps xx
Report this content Algeefin Written on: 21/03/2014
Yes they do. Details available on their support site.
Report this content Kirstyb123 Written on: 21/03/2014
Not sure but I would ask them on their Facebook page, they are usually very helpful on there. :) 
Report this content Womble79 Written on: 21/03/2014
Hi, I don't know if they do or not but if you email them they should get back to you pretty quickly. I've always had a very quick good response from them when I've had to email them.
Report this content KenW1941 Written on: 21/03/2014
Yes they do just go on line in your search engine to find out how to get these done.
Report this content AlexU Written on: 21/03/2014
I don't know what films they do. Go to their customer support web page where you can find their phone number and email details. Hope this helps, Alex
Report this content Magso Written on: 21/03/2014
See their support site. That should help!
Report this content gsmith2117 Written on: 21/03/2014
Help home> Answers> Film processing Film processing Do Truprint still process films? Yes, we still process 35mm and APS films, and single use cameras. All of our prints from film are produced on high quality Kodak gloss finish photographic paper. How much does it cost? Image You can also purchase an additional set of prints at the time of processing for an additional charge of £4.00 per film. The extra set of prints will be of the same size as the initial set. Can you put my images onto a cd? We can put your photos onto a CD at the time of processing the film only, for an additional charge of £3.00 per film. We cannot offer this service once the film has developed, or as a standalone service i.e. you will need to pay for the processing of the film, and select this as an additional service. How do I send my films to you for processing? To send us a film for processing you will need one of our up to date secure mailer envelopes. These are addressed freepost envelopes which also act as an order form; you simply fill in the order details on the front of the mailer, pop your film inside and post this to us. If you would like us to send you an envelope please contact us, providing your name and address, including postcode. Do you offer reprints from negatives? We do offer reprints from 35mm negatives only; we cannot reprint from APS negatives. All reprintes will have a gloss finish, and there is a minimum order value of £10.00 (excluding P&P). Please see below for prices. Image P&P for all reprint orders is £1.50. If you would like to order reprints please contact us and we will post an order form to you. Can you print my images any larger? We do not offer enlarged prints; we can only print your images in 6x4 or 7x5. Can you print photos directly from my memory card or cd? We cannot accept your cd or memory card through the post and print directly from these. However you can transfer your images from a cd or memory card onto your computer, upload them to our website and order digital prints online. Can I purchase films from you? We no longer sell new films, but films can still be purchased at most major supermarkets. Was this answer helpful? Yes No Answers others found helpful Processing and delivery times Postage and Packaging prices Returns and refunds Coupon codes Printed photos look better than online versions Share Print Email this page
Report this content sarahscraps Written on: 21/03/2014
Hello, I'm not sure if they still do 135 films, but their contact number is on their website :)
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