methods and definitions in PageMaker
colour definitions should be created with great care. In
four-colour jobs all colours should be created as process colours
(CMYK), and in spot colour jobs as spot colours.
mm trimming edges should be provided in the document. Type 3,
TrueType, Multiple Masters and system fonts must not be
used. You should also avoid using old type styles, published
before the year -91, as their kerning values differ greatly from
those of current fonts.
colour of negative elements should be defined as paper-coloured,
as 0% of one of the spot colours may not print correctly due to
different overprinting, masking and trapping values. Also
hairlines should be avoided; as a rule one should not use lines
thinner than 0.5 points.
the print driver we recommend Adobe PS 4.2 or later instead of
Microsoft's PostScript driver; the recommended print and file
format is PostScript Level 2.