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Subject:RE: Will this work? From:Tom Johnson <johnsont -at- starcutter -dot- com> To:"'Beth Friedman'" <bjf -at- wavefront -dot- com>, "Techwr-l (E-mail)" <TECHWR-L -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Fri, 31 Mar 2000 07:33:17 -0500
It sounds like it would work. Please try it and let us know if it works. A
one or two page test should be adequate. I've done similar things with B&W
postscript and it works fine. I haven't tested color though.
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On Thursday, March 30, 2000 6:02 PM, Beth Friedman [SMTP:bjf -at- wavefront -dot- com]
> I have a document with a batch of EPS graphics in it. I have a
> B&W printer, but a non-PostScript color printer.
> If I take my document, create a PDF of it, and then print the PDF on the
> color printer, will the colors be a reasonable approximation of the
> original document?
> Would I do much better by taking the document (it's just a Word file with
> the graphics dropped in) to a service bureau and having them print it in
> The final version needs to be on transparency paper; it's for an overhead
> slide for a conference.
> Beth Friedman / bjf -at- wavefront -dot- com