Importing graphs to PageMaker
the graphs are created in CorelDraw, Freehand, or Illustrator.
As with greyscale images, the graphs taken from image libraries
should be opened and saved in CorelDraw in order to avoid
unnecessary printing problems. Attention should be paid
particularly on colour definitions: they must be, according to the
final layout work, either CMYK colours (process colour jobs) or
spot colours (spot colour jobs).
text logos and, in particular, special and TrueType fonts should
be converted to paths. Large text areas (body text) can be left as
text, as long as you remember to use Adobe Type 1 fonts (no
TrueType fonts!) and to make sure that the fonts can be found
at Acta Print. In Illustrator, the fonts may also be saved along
with the job in the same file. Adobe TypeMagager (ATM) is almost
necessary for managing fonts.
can without problems place TIFF and EPS pictures into Corel,
FreeHand, and Illustrator, as long as you don't forget to send
also the original files to the printer. You should avoid
unnecessary fades and too complicated paths, as they may block up
the fonts can be converted to paths while saving in EPS. The
preview image should be an 8 bit TIFF colour picture with 72 dpi
resolution. The placed bit map images should be left in CMYK
The EPS file
should be saved in PostScript Level 2 format; it should not be