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Old 10-01-2006, 02:41 PM   #4
ElyseC
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One of my favorite references of all time to recommend to students and even the occasional client is Graphics Master, now in its 8th edition.

Sometimes I wonder if some printers might save themselves a peck of trouble by buying copies for their more challenging customers. Could be presented to them along with a CD containing their custom Distiller settings and an informational PDF with web links to useful free apps like Adobe Reader and various file compressors/decompressors.

   
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