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Chapter 16. Controlling Image Output > Using Print With Preview

Using Print With Preview

The option to print with a preview gives you the opportunity to view the image (on screen), and decide whether to print or return to the drawing board. This is just one more way that Photoshop gives you to control your workflow. Although the image displays on a monitor, you still get to see an accurate representation of how the graphic, and all its associated layers, and effects will appear. Remember, a monitor uses additive color (RGB), and most output devices, such as printing presses, use subtractive color (CMYK). However, if you have a good, color-calibrated monitor, you should have a good idea of how the image will look when you click the Print button.


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