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Handling corrections and alterations

It's inevitable just when you think your job is ready to go, there are changes. Your client may change her mind or you may find an error that must be fixed. Yes I know it's close to the deadline, but you have to make a change. There are two kinds of alterations, Artists Alterations, you'll see a markup AA often on a proof, and Printers Alterations and of course that's PA. The acronyms might very from plant to plant, but the concepts are constant. So what constitutes an artist alteration? Well, your decision to substitute a new photo, for example, or your request to change the size or crop on a graphic, copy changes are AA's. Now does this mean that you submit a new corrected file, maybe not, because as part of setting the job up for print and proofing prepress may have already modified your submitted file.

For example, creating rich blacks and they probably don't want to start over. So they may prefer to perform the corrections themselves based on your request rather than h...

Handling corrections and alterations
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Handling corrections and alterations provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Print Production Fundamentals

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