Examine with Output Preview Print Production


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Examining with Output Preview

This is part of a larger project that we're doing for Roux Academy, and the entire project is supposed to print in two colors, PANTONE 187 and black. And, this PDF that I've just received doesn't look quite right. You'll notice that the word Graphic is a little brighter than the other text, and the duotone of the photographer doesn't look right either, so I'm going to find out what's really going on. And for that I need the Print Production tools. When I click Tools and wake up the Tools pane, that doesn't show up by default. You have to go and find it, and you do that by clicking on this little icon at the upper right, and then choosing Print Production.

Now, you know that there is a limit to what you can fix in a PDF, but this is something I probably can fix. First of all, I need to find out exactly the nature of the problem. When I click Output Preview, my suspicions are confirmed. I have three spot colors where I really ought to just have...

Examining with Output Preview
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Examining with Output Preview provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Print Production Essentials: Spot Colors and Varnish

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