Learn to use the tools in Acrobat Pro DC to find and fix common problems in PDFs—before you go to print.
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Learn everything you need to know about preflighting and printing your InDesign documents.
Quickly format large amounts of data with InDesign and Data Merge.
Learn how to create great print PDFs with Adobe InDesign.
Learn about the possibilities and limitations of digital printing and working with variable data.
Learn how to use Illustrator to design clever, eye-catching packaging that holds up to the rigors of handling and satisfies your client's needs.
Learn how to prepare your files for print and conduct a press check successfully.
Learn about the basics of creating artwork for packages in ways that are practical for manufacturing and shipping, and make the products visually appealing.
Learn about the various types of embossing and die cutting as well as the proper ways to set up your documents to achieve consistent results.
Open a wide range of practical and creative options by learning how to add spot colors and varnishes to your print designs.
Introduces the printing process, from choosing the correct paper, inks, colors, and fonts and correctly laying out the project in Illustrator and InDesign to getting the final product from the printing press floor.
A practical, nuts-and-bolts look at working with PDFs in a production environment.
Reviews the common issues that arise when preparing InDesign documents for printing and shows how to tweak PDF and document settings to ensure the perfect print.
Shows how to prepare Photoshop files for a wide variety of printing devices, including offset printing presses, digital presses, large gamut inkjet printers, and more.
Discover the top ten diagnoses for problem InDesign files, including how to rebuild preferences and deal with corruption errors with INX files.
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