How to Use Output Preview Print Production in Acrobat


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Using Output Preview

When you receive a PDF and you want to check to see if perhaps there are some problems with it, your best set of tools is really the print production tools. When you click Tools though, print production tools aren't available by default. So to open them, go up to this little tiny icon at the upper right and choose the Print Production tools from the list. And so here are your Print Production tools. I recommend that you start with Output Preview. It gives you a lot of information right off the bat. So we immediately realize that we have four spot colors.

You can pretty much tell where they are, but here's a good way to double check. Turn the little checkmark off and on. You can see that the barrel of the paintbrush uses the 7571, the bristles of the paintbrush in some instances are using the 485, and then the two blues are used in the bodies of these two bears. Now this is a demo file, this would be sort of an absurd file to print, but it's a great way to show you the capabiliti...

Using Output Preview
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Using Output Preview provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Print Production Fundamentals

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