Re: [PPLetterpress] Problems with InDesign 2.
- On 8/5/03 4:12 PM, "E Roustom" <ERoustom@...> wrote:
> Bryan is right.Thanks to all who gave advice. I have tried the solutions and it is
> You may want to go one extra step: get the driver for your service bureau's
> rip, and print a "press ready PDF" using that driver. The file you create
> should then be no different than what your bureau will make (except that's
> it's a PDF and not film). I've had absolutely no trouble sending PDFs for
> film output, and when I take care of all the seps myself, I also know what
> to expect.
> Good luck,
>> From: Charles Jones <cjones@...>
>> Reply-To: PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com
>> Date: Tue, 05 Aug 2003 12:30:27 -0500
>> To: PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com
>> Subject: [PPLetterpress] Problems with InDesign 2.
>> My regular service bureau usually prints files to a PressMate Negative
>> output. They upgraged to InDesign 2.0 from 1.5 and things were fine for a
>> while. I have a 100 page document prepared for them and all of a sudden
>> they can't print from InDesign. Pagemaker will work, but, although InDesign
>> will open Pagemaker files, PM won't open ID files. I need help.
>> The problem is the document is a play and the type is styled. When I copy a
>> page into PM the styling doesn't always stay the same. I can do it all
>> again but really don't want to.
>> Any suggestions?
>> Is there some someone who has worked around a similar problem?
>> Regards, Charlie J.
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- Hi Everyone,
Sorry for cross posting this request but I need to ferrat this out whereever it may be.
Does anyone have a manual for a Challenge Single head paper drill Style E?
I have contacted Challenge and if they have any in their archives they are not admitting to them. I got thestandard response that it doesn't meet ansi standards etc. etc. - you know the drill..... (unconscious pun there!)
If someone has one I would appreciate a scan or a photocopy for which I would be able to cover costs.
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840 Snowdrop Avenue
Victoria, British Columbia
CANADA V8Z 2N4