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why we should not do this. I would not say if you should or not. But you probably need to open your options. A brand guide preferably should be in an "absolute color" mode. A PMS is a good decision if the color matches de desired one. (I strugled a lot of years for a good red on the PMS system, sometimes I gave up for the red 032). But there are some ...


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I work in printing / imaging. And NO they don't always disappear at print. What happens is the pre press technician has to do some extra work to guarantee they don't show up. You are better saving in a non X pdf format (High quality print for example). This also doesn't chop your file into tiles and makes it easier for it to be edited @ the prepares level if ...


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As a quick fix, you can wrap artboards within artboards, take aa look at this example. Here I have a file with 4 artboards (1 hidden off screen that won't be used) I can wrap a larger artboard around these 4, like so: Then when I go to print (cmd + p), I can set the range to only print that final artboard. In my case (6), depending on how close the ...


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Print an .epub book Install free, open source Calibre ebook reader (Windows/Mac/Linux). Click Add books and select an .epub book to add to the Calibre library. Select the .epub book that you added and select Convert books -> in the Output format dropdown list select PDF. Open the PDF book in Adobe Reader or any other PDF reader and press Ctrl + P to print ...


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This artwork you show is now already line copy. After it is separated it is plate ready. As it is already screened, there should be no moiré problems out of the ordinary rosettes formed by screens overlap. Coincidently, Your illustration shows the correct screen angles for CMYK printing. This image is already (coarsely) screened (or magnified). There is ...



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