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The Non-Designer’s InDesign Book: Essential design techniques for print projects by Robin Williams

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11. Going to Press

If you really are a new designer, chances are you’re not creating really complex jobs that need to be babied through a million-dollar printing press. On the other hand, with the combination of InDesign in your hands and online print shops that can print your uploaded files in gorgeous full-color, there’s no reason for you to limit yourself.

If you follow the guidelines in this chapter, your work should print just fine.

I know I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again—it is so exciting to be living in a world where we can print in full color for such affordable prices! Go to your room and design something!

Printing to your desktop printer

If you plan to print to your inexpensive little inkjet, you really don’t need to do anything ...

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