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they warned me that the edges might not be perfect This depends on how they plan on enlarging the print for cutting. If they keep the ratio to fit the height of 4", then .6667" will be cut at the max width (.33" from the left and .33" from the right). This may be a problem depending on how the design was made. This will most likely be an issue if your ...


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welcome to GDSE! For what you need, I would suggest using masks In order to do this, the workflow that I would suggest is; Open your file (good start) ;) Make a new layer (bottom right of the layer panel) Hit 'U' to access the shape tool - you'll want to select the ellipse tool as below; Holding SHIFT and dragging your cursor will enable you to make ...


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After you locate the image you want to use for the wall decoration, print it in the size you want to use. For minimizing expense you can print portions of the image on different pieces.TIP: For added variety, solid colour or patterned disks can be made part of the grouping as well as circular graphic or typographic pieces. Decide the position and size of ...


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How best to emphasize a portion of your paper? All printers can easily reproduce grey text. The issue with grey text is that of sufficient contrast to be legible and easily readable. Legibility will be an issue where symbols are used. Mathematic is heavy with problematic situations.Here's where you should look for them Superscripts Subscripts Limits (the ...


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Is it OK to use gray font for the parts of math proofs I remove but retain? Not sure how a graphic designer could answer this. If somebody print my PDF, will gray fonts work well with all modern printers? Yes, generally speaking if you have enough contrast a printer will be fine printing gray colors. Also which RGB value do you suggest for "...



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