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Scribus 1.3.5 Beginner's Guide by Cedric Gemy

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Chapter 10. Print Your Layout

When the layout is done, it's time to print it. Knowing whether the document will be printed or not, and eventually how, is an important point that should be defined at the beginning of the layout process and that we refer to while creating the document. This helps us with choosing colors, fonts, and so on.

Printing on a desktop printer will help to get an overview of the result. Even if the result given by a print office using offset can be different, it is a good proof of what is working and what's not. Generally, the print provider will ask for a PDF of some kind, with some elements like printing marks. In Scribus, we'll have to check if the document matches the request—thanks to the print preview or the Preflight ...

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