I have 2 different graphic resources (pdf's) and am using 2 graphic boxes.
The one in the back is color and the one in front is a coupon (variable),
exactly what format do I use in my front.pdf to get it to allow the color
background to show through. I have seen this work with some customer
supplied files but have not been able to get it to work with my current
distiller settings, I have also tried a bitmap tif. Any help I can get
here would be greatly appreciated.

Keith Banks
J&A Printing
Hi Keith,
Try using an Illustrator vector (.eps) file for your graphic resource that needs to be transparent. As long as you DO NOT Have a large White box in the .eps file in the back of all the other items it should read as transparent and only show your graphic. Hope this helps!

Nicola DosSantos

Ambit Press / Minuteman Press of Cambridge
Five Cambridge Center
Cambridge, MA 02142
Tel: 617.876.3688 Fax: 617.876.3896 www.ambitpress.com

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