Fonts

Postscript and TrueType are the font standards for digital imaging. Watch out for inexpensive font packages. They are not of good quality and will not print correctly. Stick with Postscript and TrueType from reputable vendors. You must submit a copy of all the screen and printer fonts you use in your publication, including those that Continue Reading...

Linked Files

A Link is the original file for any image you used in your publication but did not create within that publication. Our computers must be able to locate and refer to the original image file when translating the data to our printers. If the link is not found, there will be errors in the translation; Continue Reading...

Problem Artwork

Almost without exception artwork downloaded from the Web is 72 dpi (extremely low resolution). This art is designed to look great on a computer monitor, but prints ragged and fuzzy. Typical file formats for Web art are JPEG (JPG) and GIF. Don’t use them for print. Photographs made with digital cameras are growing in popularity. Continue Reading...