Carol,

I assume you are referring to commercial printing, where either CMYK
process colors or similar spot colors are used.

Ed


On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 12:52 PM, Carol J. Elkins <celk...@awrittenword.com>
wrote:

> Here is a really good article (I think) about the various graphic file
> formats and when to use and not use them.
> http://www.creativepro.com/article/how-to-choose-the-
> right-image-file-format-for-print
> I've read dozens of similar articles and this one stands out for its
> clarity.
>
> This past year I've been using native Illustrator files in my Framemaker
> documents almost exclusively and am really happy with the decision. I
> previously had used a lot of imported PDF files as graphics and although
> they generally did not cause any mishaps, occasionally I'd have some
> seriously wonky problems with PDFs generated from Framemaker files that had
> PDF files imported by reference. Just curious as to whether others are
> using native Illustrator or Photoshop files instead of traditional .tif,
> eps, or (gasp) jpg formats.
>
> Carol
>
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