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Lesson 6. Working with Color > Defining printing requirements

Defining printing requirements

It’s a good idea to know printing requirements before you start working on a document. For example, meet with your prepress service provider and discuss your document’s design and use of color. Because your prepress service provider understands the capabilities of their equipment, they may suggest ways for you to save time and money, increase quality, and avoid potentially costly printing or color problems. The magazine article used in this lesson was designed to be printed by a commercial printer using the CMYK color model.


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