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Here are a few printing guidelines. There are many variables in producing a print job . If you have questions please call, email or drop by.

You may request an estimate by e-mail or use our online estimate request form. Often the simplest is to give us a phone call so we can discuss the particulars of your job and offer suggestions.

Resolution of photos and graphics should be 300 dpi and print size. The color mode should be CMYK. Be careful of low resolution images intended for use on websites and computer monitors - they will not print well. We are glad to help you with your digital artwork to make sure your project will look as good as possible.

Production time varies depending upon your project. Usually things can be rushed, but it often costs more than planning ahead. We will do our best to make sure your job is completed on time.

If you are supplying artwork the preferred file format is PDF. However, we can only make minimal changes to a PDF file, so if you want us to be involved in the design we will need the native files. We support all professional programs including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, CorelDraw, Pagemaker and Quark. When working with your files we will need all associated links and fonts. We can also work with office programs like Word, Excel, Pages and Publisher, but these programs often require additional time to reformat.

Proofing is always your responsibility. It is your final chance to make sure that your job comes out the way you want. By checking your work in advance you can avoid costly delays or reruns.

A note about color matching

Computer monitors make colors with light - RGB (red, green, blue) . Printers use ink - either spot colors of specific inks (like Pantone matching colors) or a CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) color model which desktop and color laser printers use to reproduce full color. In printing this is known as process color. Not all RGB colors are included in the CMYK gamut, and vice versa.

It is important to realize that what you see on the computer monitor is not exactly what you will get in print. There is simply nothing like seeing a proof from the machine that we are going to be using, and we recommend that you do just that. There is much variation from one monitor to another as well as one printer to the next. Modern color printing technology is constantly improving, and suffice it to say that color now is better than it has ever been.