Quote:> In Illustrator?! Must have been a 1-page annual report. It wasn't? It was
> 96-page annual report with each page in a separate Illustrator file? Send
> to Lee, he likes 'em that way!
If I had to do an annual report in illustrator I would shoot myself, besides
they sent templates in A4 size (spreads) for a report thats U.S. Letter
size. Along with quite a few other assorted issues. I converted the design
to Quark to be able to work with it.
Previous annual reports have very good printing, hairlines (maybe .2) on
different pages line up exactly, but strange design. Equal signs are used
for underlines in their finacial section, their current version has no
underlines at all, only bolds. We are checking with their auditors (Arthur
Anderson, a well respected authority), as to the underlining issue. The
design comes from Madrid which seems to have its own rules for everything,
but judging by their previous annual reports someone was able to implement
their designs, with very good results.
> No, it's not practical. Quarter-point screened rules look really bad, as
> .2 pt white rules over screened backgrounds. In fact, their widths will
> uneven, depending on where the lines fall in relation to the dots in the
> screen. I'd go with at least .75 pt for either of these.
on another tact what lpi would you need to be able to print screened (75%)
.2pt rules, or should I convert those rules to 100% .