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FedEx Now Lets You Print From DropBox, Google Docs

FedEx bought Kinko’s several years ago and ever since then they’ve been pushing more and more to support the mobile office works. For some time now they’ve let you create print jobs from their website which you could then pick up in store. And now they’ve added the option of printing your docs from a number of cloud storage services.

FedEx’s website will now let you log in to your accounts at Box, Google Docs, and Dropbox so you can select the docs to print. FedEx then transfers the files, generates a print order, and lets you carry out the print job from there.

And if you’re on the go but don’t have an account with any of the services, FedEx will also let you print to its stores via Google Cloud Print, HP ePrint or Breezy, a third part printing app.

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