Setting commercial print options


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Setting commercial print options

While some of the publications you create in Publisher 2010 will be designed for printing at home on an inkjet style or laserjet printer, you may also need a more professional look, and you'll consider taking your publication to a commercial print house. In those cases, you'll want to address certain settings that are necessary. We are going to do that now, working with our Resume2 publication, and we will just go to Backstage view by clicking the File tab. And with Info selected, you'll notice there's a button for Commercial Print Settings.

Those are few different settings that you will need to consider. So we will click this button, and we will start with the first one, which is Choosing a Color model. When you select this you'll see the Color Model dialog box open up, and right at the top you'll see the default, which is Any color(RGB), which is best for your desktop printer like an inkjet or a laserjet printer. However, if you're going to be taking it to ...

Setting commercial print options
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Setting commercial print options provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Publisher 2010 Essential Training

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