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CMYK refers to the four ink colours used in process colour printing: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. In 4-colour printing (process colour), all of the colours you see are made up of combinations of dots in these four colours. If your file is to be printed then it will be done in CMYK. RGB stands for
1) Depending on the size of the envelope and the size of the letter, you will need to fold differently. This is for a standard formal A4 letter, you should fold twice, resulting in three sections. 2) Bend the letter (without folding) into an ‘S’ shape until the three sections look roughly the same size.
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Here are 3 good questions to ask yourself before selecting the typeface. 1 PURPOSE AND MOOD? Typefaces have personality. Remember, you can only choose the right typeface if you keep the nature of the content and target audience in mind. For body text, it’s always advisable to use a non-gimmicky, legible and formal typeface like Helvetica
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When it comes to print production, there are 2 major types of paper- Coated paper and Uncoated paper. Coated paper Coated paper has been coated with a surface sealant, typically clay, to impart certain qualities to the paper, including weight, surface gloss, smoothness or reduced ink absorbency. The coating on the paper reduces dot gain
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Many people get confused with the different methods of binding. Below are the 3 most common methods which explain exactly what each one is, so you now know what you’re asking for. Wire binding is a popular commercial book binding method, and is known by a number of different names including twin loop wire, Wire-o,