Colour proof correction
Proof correction of colour is the last stage in the design process. Mistakest this point can ruin the most brilliant design; they can also cost aortune to put right. Here, the 50 most common questions about the printingf single, two-, three- and four-colour artwork are answered by the visualid of step-by-step illustrations, annotated proofs and finished examples.
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