Graphics and Images
Graphics should be saved as either .tiff or .eps
files. Vector-based graphics should be editable
in Adobe Illustrator. When saving .eps graphics,
be sure to set the preview to 8-bitt tiff. When
saving or converting image files, be sure to your
final image is either a CMYK or grayscale tiff.
Images pulled from the web or taken with a digital
camera are RGB jpegs. These must be converted
prior to printing. To ensure the best quality,
images resolution should be 300 dpi (web images
tend to be 72 dpi - not adequate for quality output)
and saved with LZW compresson off.
All fonts used in the document must be sent with
each job. We can accept Type 1 (both the screen
and printer halves) and Truetype. Please include
all fonts in an organized folder and include full
families, i.e. Times Roman, Times Italic, Times
Bold, and Times Bold Italic. When saving Microsoft
Publisher or Page Maker files, it is critical
that all used fonts be embedded in the Prepare
for Service Provider process.
Quick and Easy
We highly recomend using CorelDraw for all of
your graphics needs. With a CorelDraw file,
all you have to do is to embed the fonts when
you save the file and then upload the file!
No having to "collect" bits and pieces
as all elements are embedded at full resolution
in the document itself.