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    An Australian experience

    So I'm arranging a job through this printing firm. I haven't dealt with this mob before. In reality, they're just the "front end" of a printing firm - the actual printing is done in China. Their material specs say the usual "all files must be supplied in CMYK only", without any mention of...
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    Cast your minds back ... way back ...

    Hi everyone, An acquaintance of mine produces a tiny regional newspaper (barely more than a newsletter, really), and fumbles along with Pagemaker 7, Photoshop 5.5 and Acrobat 5. I help her out wherever I can, but only by phone (she lives a few hours away), and only from memory, because I...
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    Advice please - ftp option,

    Hi everyone, I'm considering setting myself up a little business providing image retouching for publishers and designers. (I'd love to be self-employed, but gee it's hard to take that leap - especially with a family and a mortgage!) Anyway, obviously I'd need a way for clients to send me their...
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    Need a browsing program

    I have to keep up to 10 windows open on my desktop at any one time, to see files as they drop in for me to work on. All those windows are very cumbersome. Does anyone know of a Windows Explorer-type application that allows me to watch the contents of multiple folders at once? Thanks for your...
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    Great little app

    Ok, I'll get the ball rolling here ... Every PC user should know about this little program: http://www.stevengould.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=29&Itemid=1 It's called "CleanUp!". It's small, free, reliable and terrific! Run it once a month, and it cleans out all the...
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    Any IntelliTuneX users out there?

    Hi all, We're considering IntelliTune X for our Newspaper & Magazine imaging workflow. Can anyone share their experiences? Version X is the new PC-based version, whereas previous versions have been Mac based. Any feedback about the quality of IntelliTune's adjustments would be most welcome...

Automatically Autonomous Automation

Automatically Autonomous Automation
Although the autonomous car is not quite ready, a lights out print operation is something you can do right now if you have a comprehensive Print MIS (Management Information System). The advantages can put money on your bottom line. So what’s your next step? Link to Article

 
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