Re: Distiller Settings...

Subject: Re: Distiller Settings...
From: Charles E Vermette <cvermette -at- juno -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2002 17:22:49 -0400


Thank you Eric for your corrections:

<<<The print house should not require the source files. Also, you should
never have
to have a copy of their print driver unless you are going to send them
PostScript that they will feed directly to their printer. But then you
have to
ensure that they have all the required fonts to properly print you
document.>>>

I stand corrected. When I've had to have a copy of a shop's Printer
Diver, It was to create PostScript files and not PDFs. Eric's other
comment on using only the distiller driver is also correct. I was
thinking again about PS files...

Well I actually have a deadline to get back to on the 4th - and I'm not
complaining:)

Chuck

Charles E. Vermette
85 Washington Park Drive, Norwell MA 02061
781-659-1836
e-mail: cvermette -at- juno -dot- com
web: http://www.charlesvermette.com


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