Chapter 16. High-Resolution Output

It’s difficult in this book, and especially in this chapter, to keep the distinctions clear between all the forms of the word print people use. To print can be the action of your desktop printer. “Did you print a copy of the schedule?” A print may be the piece of paper that comes out of your desktop printer. “Can I see the print of the menu?” Print may also be the reproduction of a job on a press. “They’ll print the brochures tomorrow.” A printer can be your desktop machine. “I need ink for the printer.” A printer is also the person who runs the press. “Ask the printer how much he will charge.” Printing is the action of making copies from your desktop printer. “Are we printing the schedule in color?” Printing ...

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