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put your varnishes on the topmost layers--each on a separate layer--do not trap! the print provider will handle it in a way that's best for their process. note: I work in prepress (30 years+) we do not trap varnishes--we do however use a variety of processes depending on the press--sometimes we use what's called a 'strike thru' varnish--the gloss is applied ...


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Why you should use one or the other is situational. In some situation, you might even end up using both to make sure your file is fully compatible, ending with Rasterize Object ultimately. If you try to use both rasterize effects, you'll notice: 1) The Effect Rasterize (In the menu -› Effect / Rasterize) The Effect Rasterize keeps your effect within the ...


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Object > Rasterize is destructive. Once it rasterizes something the only way to un-rasterize it is to use Edit > Undo Effect > Rasterize is non-destructive and designed to let you preview how rasterized objects appear without actually rasterizing anything. (Objects get rasterized upon output if the effect is in use). Why you'd use the effect... ...



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