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Manga Studio 5 Beginner's Guide by Michael Rhodes

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Time for action – exporting for copy stores

Our art for this section is black and white, using a page of 10.5 x 7 inch that we created way back in Chapter 2, Messsing Around with Manga Studio 5 (ah, those were simpler times). We may have used some tones and/or gray scale shading for this.

  1. Our document(s) should be opened. Each page will save its own print settings, so double-check that the settings are either the same or exactly what you want.
  2. Usually we can export TIFF files, and most copy stores will accept them. We should either have a flash drive or a DVD/CD-ROM burner, so we can copy the files to either one of those types of media.
  3. On the hard drive where we have our comic, we should make sure there's a folder that is dedicated to use just for ...

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