Re: Paper/Copy Quality Question

Subject: Re: Paper/Copy Quality Question
From: Diane Reichert <Diane -dot- Reichert -at- DIGITAL -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 1998 11:25:54 -0500

When submitting LaserJet output for copies,
I was advised by a graphics designer to use BRIGHT WHITE PAPER with you
laser jet.
I have found that it does make a difference.
/Diane

Lorraine Wrote:
"I would like to give the copy people the best "master" that I can, from
my HP LaserJet 5. The paper used to produce the master might make the
difference."
Annalee wrote
"I print from a HP LaserJet 6MP to generic copier paper and submit it to
our copy shop. At my request, they copy the master to a 70# offset
vellum and the quality of reproduction is very good.
If you are sending laser quality work to the copy-house and getting bad
stuff back, you might want to consider a different vendor. They should
be able (in my experience) to give you original-looking copies from a
good laser print. The paper I use for my master hasn't been an issue
for me.
If your copy-house has the capability, you might try giving them the
pages electronically. They can then "print" directly from the original
file."
Annalee




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