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Chapter 26. Output/Export

Chapter 26. Output/Export

Illustrator objects are described and stored as mathematical commands. But when they are printed, they are rendered as dots. The higher the resolution of the output device, the more smoothly and sharply lines, curves, gradients, and continuous-tone images are rendered. In this chapter you will learn to print an illustration on a PostScript black-and-white or composite color printer, to create crop and trim marks, to print an oversized illustration, and to optimize print performance. You'll also learn how to save a file in a variety of formats for export to other applications, how to output transparency, and how to manage color using the Color Settings dialog box. To produce color separations, see Chapter 28. For Web output, see Chapter 27.

Charles, Nancy Stahl


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