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Subject:Re: color seps from Word From:Russell Kilday-Hick <rkilhick -at- SFSU -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 27 Mar 1997 10:28:37 -0700
Sometimes in the heat of battle . . .
I wrote: "How do I separate the type from the words?" when what I meant to
say was "the screened columns from the words" so film can be made.
FYI: I work with QuarkEXpress and PageMaker for output to film, not Word.
>Does anyone have any experience outputting to laser color seperations from
>Microsoft Word 7 on Windows 95?
>We have this job that is slated to run on a web press at 133 line screen.
>It was created with tables in Word and every other column is screened at
>10%. How do I get the type to print apart from the words. When I try to
>change the type color to hide it, the length of the screens change and a
>five page job reflows to eight pages. I'm stumped.
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