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        Are You Designing Your Own Product?

        Graphic Impact printing processes have been developed specifically to address quality, efficiency and cost, using the latest in printing technology to deliver cutting edge printing options.

        IF YOU ARE DESIGNING ONE OF OUR ON-LINE PRODUCTS, THESE GUIDELINES WILL HELP YOU IN PREPARING FILES.

        File extensions are three-digit designations at the end of a file name that indicate what format the file has been saved in. Common artwork file formats include:  .png  .ai .eps, .jpeg, .pdf, .ps, .psd, .tiff. File format, which is unique for different file types, specifies how information is organized.

        Portable document format or .PDF for short is a universal file format developed by Adobe Systems to preserve all fonts, formatting, graphics, and colors of any source document. PDF allows any file to be read by the Acrobat reader regardless of the hardware or software platform on which the file was created.

        Tagged image file format or .TIFF for short is one of the most widely supported file formats for storing images on a computer. TIFF can handle up to 24 bits of photographic image, but TIFF is an older format that requires more storage space than needed for files in .JPEG or .PSD formats.

        Encapsulated postscript file or .EPS for short is an Adobe Systems-developed file format. It is a device-independent PostScript representation of a graphic or other object. It stores files as vectors and includes a low-resolution bitmap representation for quick on-screen viewing.

        PhotoShop document or .PSD for short is a file format for documents created and saved in Adobe Photoshop as layered images, which makes editing different parts of an image at a later date far easier. It is the only file format supporting all available image modes (Bitmap, Grayscale, Duotone, Indexed Color, RGB, CMYK, Lab, and Multichannel), guides, alpha channels, spot channels, and layers.

         

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