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Sadly that is the only way to enchant, it is still considered a service profession.
I would recommend buying some garbage pieces from the vendor so you can enchant the same item over and over. Most of what you will level off of will not be worth the vellum.
Also, your best sources of materials and disenchanting mats are crafting professions > the AH >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> dungeons.
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Download Enchantrix (standalone, without the Auctioneer suite) to expedite disenchanting.
For enchanting, I use a macro to repeats my enchants on the same piece of gear. A lot of the ones I'm finding now are written to include the enchant name which you'd have to change every time, but I know I don't have to do that. I am not home now so I cannot copy it here, but when I get home, I'll paste it.
it's similar to this:
Edited by Parisoftroy on 12/14/2012 8:29 AM PST
1 Human Warrior
Vendoring the vellums is still worth more money than using vendor armor, plus once you get into the requires level x range it's also notably cheaper
What I had earlier was actually almost the whole macro. Here's for the OP if he comes back - if not, here's for any other enchanter:
If you want to use this, you'll have to equip a piece of armor to enchant, open the enchant window and manually enchant it once. Then just hit the macro and it will re-enchant with the selected enchantment.
You can also use this for other professions (i.e. creating bolts of cloth by opening the tailoring window), but I don't think any of them are as time consuming as enchanting since the others have a "Create All" option.
Edited by Parisoftroy on 12/14/2012 3:36 PM PST
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