Monday, April 16, 2007

Digital Printing and Variable Data

As you know, the progress and advances in printing technology are enormous.
I'm right now at the AIIM and On Demand 2007 Expo and conferences.
I have the privilege of attending the conferences.

Please, read a daily report on about On Demand Expo at: http://www.revistalaprimera.com/ondemandexpo2007

You'll find interesting facts.

See you there

1 comment:

Max said...

Know how many web pages you are about to print
There are times when you want the full page of information to print, but you don’t know how many pages it will be. Clicking the "print" button on your browser could result in lots of additional, unwanted pages. Here's how to find out the number of pages you are going to print:

Go to the File menu on your browser's tool bar and select "Print Preview". This will allow you to see how many pages will print and where the page breaks fall. Adjust the margins to get any lone lines to print on the previous page with the rest.

To do this, select "Page Setup" under the File menu to adjust your margins. Once you know what you want to print, under the "print dialog box", you can select just the current page or a range of pages.
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