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Overprinting

Recall that overprinting is the process of printing colored elements on top of another color, as opposed to knocking them out. If you're scratching your head a little at that, let's take a look at what this means.

When color documents are printed on a four-color press, four separate plates lay down the various colors of ink. The plates are created based on separations of each color.


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