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If she gets into 3D work at all a dedicated graphics card would be handy. A built-in screen also comes with a known colour profile too. From there - does it need to be portable (15" Retina MacBookPro), or is a desktop OK (27" iMac)? Maxxing out memory is wise; buying a TimeMachine external backup disc is wiser. Software - Adobe CC, and think about Font ...


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If the school recommends specific hardware and software, then that's what you should use. If they don't, then it doesn't really matter. Generically speaking, get the fastest laptop you can afford and max out the RAM and Hard Drive. But even the cheapest MacBook will likely be fine. As for software, Adobe Cloud Student Edition is likely all she needs. ...


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It doesn't matter. Any Apple computer capable of running the current operating system (10.10 - Yosemite) will work just fine. Literally any OS10.10 system. Any specific model is fine - iMac, MacMini, MacPro, MackBook, MacBookPro -- any of them will work. By the time she's ready for something more (if she ever even needs more), the technology will merit an ...


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It is NOT a Mac OSX vs Windows... It is a color calibrated workflow issue. The options are. A. 1) Send a color chart to the client. (see this post How to get close to PMS 662 or PMS 296 in CMYK?) Already embedded in a Word file. 2) Let him print this color chart on the specific printer they will be using. 3) Pick up that sample. 4) Adjust the colors ...


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Edit > Copy Merged (Ctrl / Cmd+Shift+C) -- This will copy what you see. It will not retain layer structure.



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