> My response stands, it's defense of your platform that blinds you.
No, it is not. Take a look at what my initial statements was.
Quote:> I can layout pages on a PC with fonts from 5 different vendors in both TT
> and T1 format and be 100% sure it will print as sent. What else would you
> want your service bureau to do?
If there's no need to substitute fonts there's no problem obviously.
Quote:> If the file is wrong, it is an error you made, and it would come back to you
> incorrect anyway. We all know operator error's are platform independent.
This obviously depends on the service bureau. Some simple mistakes can be
easily fixed at the SB saving money on both sides.
Quote:> Although it may not seem like it to you, NT is a very competent platform.
Where did I say anything about NT?
Quote:> This is a time when any competent user can switch platforms and be effective
> in less than one day.
Still font-substitution is not without peril.
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> - John Bobincheck
> rocket at ccnet dot com
> >> Send it as an output file (ps,prn,eps) and forget it! Poll all the
> >> bureaus on this NG and find out this is the way to get the job done.
> >> --
> >> - John Bobincheck
> >> rocket at ccnet dot com
> >> >How can you lay out a page when what you see om screen isn't identical
> >> what
> >> >is goint to be printed? Like I said: a single word can push a table or
> >> image
> >> >to the next page. How can you say this isn't a problem?
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> >We've already been there. That's if all you want is have it printed and you
> >are 100% sure nothings wrong with it. Read back. I was responding to the
> >situation Lupine described.
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