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Print That Keeps Our Team Up at Night

  1. Borders not encouraged (definitely want them at least .125” to have them look decent)
  2. Page numbers/ critical info outside of safe margin> Want to know how to set up your files? Click here 
  3.  Image Cross overs in books - Artwork does not line up perfectly.
  4. Low-Resolution Images    
  5. Very thin Fonts
  6. Solid background with white text tends to have print quality issues unless it's at least 12pt
  7. Large solid color backgrounds or slight gradients reveal print defects

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