RE: Printing from Word using DocuTech systems

Subject: RE: Printing from Word using DocuTech systems
From: "Kieffer, Barry" <Barry_Kieffer -at- adc -dot- com>
To: "'Hart, Geoff'" <Geoff-H -at- MTL -dot- FERIC -dot- CA>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2000 10:25:21 -0700

Greetings Geoff,

DocuTech is a XEROX product (I know, dough!).

Contact your local XEROX printing center and explain to them what you want
to accomplish. I have worked with these folks in the past and they are
extremely helpful, professional, and very knowledgeable (hey, it is what
they do).

I always sent them PostScript files, printed out to a file using a
PostScript driver that XEROX provided. It was a generic PostScript driver
tweaked to their specifications.

XEROX also provides all of the binding, bar coding, and shrink-wrapping.

Hope this helps!


Regards,

Barry Kieffer
Senior Technical Writer
ADC Telecommunications
www.adc.com
barry_kieffer -at- adc -dot- com
503.350.6072



-----Original Message-----
From: Hart, Geoff [mailto:Geoff-H -at- MTL -dot- FERIC -dot- CA]

<Snip>
The user manuals I've produced for two of our products (in Word97 <shudder>)
contain many screenshots, which means they photocopy really badly. We aren't
printing enough copies to make it worthwhile to go with offset printing, so
Docutech seems to be the most likely compromise solution. Since I'm
attempting this for the first time, I'm looking for advice on how best to
prepare the files. </Snip>




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