1-4 Part NCR – White – Canary – Pink – Golden Rod 5 Part NCR – White – Green – Canary – Pink – Golden Rod Our primary program we design our artwork in is CorelDRAW X7. We are however, capable (but limited to working with): Adobe InDesign/Illustrator/Photoshop, Microsoft Excel/Word/Publisher. We cannot copy or scan blue prints larger than 11×17. Large format blue prints provided on flash drive or by email can be used but will be reduced to fit on 11×17 when copied. Yes, however the maximum size we can scan is 11×17. We also ask that all photos or paintings be removed from their frames or scrapbooks beforehand (for liability purposes). Please note that varnishes, foils and metallic inks will not reproduce correctly as shown in originals. A raster image is created from a collection of dots called pixels. Image enhancements can be made along with additional creative effects. However, this type of format is limited to quality and sharpness depending on the set resolution. Common rasster file formats include BMP (Windows Bitmap), TIF (Tag Interleave Format), JPG (Joint Photographics Expert Group), GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), PNG (Portable Network Graphic), PSD (Adobe Photoshop). Portable Document Format (PDF) is a secure and reliable universal file format that preserves fonts (that can be embedded), images, graphics and layout of any source document, regardless of the application and platform used to create it. Adobe PDF files are compact and can be shared, viewed and printed by anyone with free Adobe Reader software. RGB is the colour process in which Red, Green and Blue light are added together to reproduce an array of colours. This colour model is used for the representation and display of images on computer monitors. CMYK refers to the four specific colours: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. This colour model is used for commercial printing and colour copying. PMS stands for Pantone Matching System, also known as spot colours or pantone colours. This colour system is a universal standard that allows designers to ‘colour match’ specific colours when a design goes to production. A vector graphic is created from a collection of nodes and connected lines and curves. This type of format can be easily modified including its shape, size and color without loss of quality or sharpness. This format is recommended for all print related material and editing applications. Common vector file formats include EPS (Encapsulated PostScript), WMF (Windows MetaFile), AI (Adobe Illustrator), CDR (CorelDraw), DXF (AutoCAD), SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics). Print-ready artwork must meet our Artwork Guidelines. No modifications should be needed before going to print. Crop marks are a set of horizontal and vertical lines which indicates the finished size of your artwork. These marks will be used during the trimming process. DPI (Dots Per Inch) refers to the number of pixels (dots) across one square inch of most monitors. This is also referred to as image resolution. Images for printing are optimized at 300 dpi Images for the web are optimized at 72 dpi. Source.