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I need to print a booklet but want the cover and back cover to be glossy paper, the other pages inside the booklet i want to be regular paper. I use fiery command workstation for printing. Can anyone help?

  • Is that 'printing' as in pressing Ctrl+P and see the sheets come from your desktop printer; or sending a .pdf to a company that produces the things for you? – Vincent Jan 11 '17 at 18:31
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    What's your actual question? – Cai Jan 11 '17 at 19:21
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Load different paper.

If you are imposing a large sheet, you can split it into two jobs and do the covers on a smaller press or smaller sheets.

If you need matte on the inside covers, laminate two sheets or use a laminated paper stock.

If you cannot do the above, consider aqueous/varnish/UV for the outside covers only.

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