Electronic prepress: a hands-on introduction

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Delmar Pub., 1995 - Business & Economics - 180 pages
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This book provides an unbiased overview of the new technologies used in the prepress industry.The evolution of the industry is relayed in clear, concise terms as they relate to digital technologies. Traditional methods are compared to state of the art technologies as specific prepress issues such as service bureaus, color management, proofing methods, preparation of documents, hardware and software, major vendors, image scanning and manipulation of images and current prepress options are addressed in a clear and comprehensive manner.

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Contents

Desktop Publishing Hardware
33
Electronic Prepress Systems
63
The Basics of Digital Color
85
Copyright

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