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    Preparing your own artwork.

    I have done a blog entry on this, Print Image Blog This is useful if you want to prepare your own artwork. Also any feedback would be appreciated.
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    That's telling it like it is, Ian!

    What file formats are acceptable for you guys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post
    That's telling it like it is, Ian!

    What file formats are acceptable for you guys?
    Dave
    Our DTP programme of choice is Corel Draw. Otherwise PDF files are fine. We do lots of training manuals from word, but convert it to PDF for the regular manuals and print from there. We have found that the Microsoft programs replace fonts and reflows too easily with a PDF it is all stable.
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