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Analog Proofing Tips

Tips for checking an analog (film-based) proof for accuracy:

  1. Make sure the proof is the correct size and that it is at 100%.
  2. Make sure the proof is in register by checking the registration marks.
  3. Check for scratches, dust or any other marks that would be on the film.
  4. Check the text. Line up the proof with a laser copy to check for line endings, correct color, and correct typeface. It should have been proofread and checked for accuracy before this step, but it is a good idea to check it again to be sure.
  5. Check all of the images. Are they clear and sharp with good color? If you are using
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