How to Add Crops and Bleeds in Microsoft Publisher

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Microsoft Publisher can be used to create documents that need to be printed.  If you require that a document have a bleed effect, please use the information below to set up your document using Publisher 2010.  For reference, please click on our description of a bleed document to see what a document should look like…

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RGB vs. CMYK vs. PMS Colors

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It is important to understand the difference between RGB, CMYK, and PMS colors when preparing artwork for print.  In order to produce the most accurate printed color, files have to be started and finished in the CMYK or PMS color space.  Artwork files that are setup in RGB will most likely have a color shift…

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The Newest in Printing Ink Technology–No Ink

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You can’t have printing without ink, right?  Not always.  The fax machines of the last century used temperature sensitive paper and heat to reproduce printing on a page.  The quality was lousy. The only color was black on white(ish) paper, and any sort of photo was almost impossible to reproduce.  OK, so you can’t have…

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Is Document Printing Still an Option in Our Digital World?

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There is no denying that our world is digital.  People can communicate and share information instantaneously.  Businesses can reach thousands, or even millions, of customers with one email, post, or tweet.  Given all this, is document printing even relevant today? The Printing Industries of America, an advocacy organization, thinks so.  It can be a vital…

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Cool Calendars? It’s About Time.

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A calendar is something we all use and usually don’t even consider much.  It is there to tell us what day it is and what we have to do.  Since it is something you use everyday, why not make it more interesting and unique? A German paint company, Alpina, did just that.  To showcase some…

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