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Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Proofing and Printing Documents - Checking for Print Problems, Using the Document Info Panel

6/30/2013 7:37:37 PM
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1. Checking for Print Problems

Before you print your document, it’s important to check the Summary category in the Print dialog box. The summary information is good to have if you’re having problems printing your job at a commercial printer. You can save the information and send it to the printer to help diagnose the problem. The important area is the Warnings box, which displays warning about printing problems with your document. Check to make sure your print job is clear of all warnings before you send it to a printer.

View Summary Print Options

1. Click the File menu, and then click Print.

2. Click the Summary category.

3. Scroll through the print summary to review your print settings.

4. Check the Warnings box for problems or warning that you should fix before you print.

5. To print the summary information to a file, click Save Summary, enter a name, specify a location, and then click Save.

6. When you’re finished, click Done.


2. Using the Document Info Panel

The Document Info panel allows you to view information about a selected object or the entire document. You can display information about graphic styles, brushes, spot colors, patterns, gradients, fonts, linked images, and embedded images by using the Options menu. If you want to use the provided information in another document, you can also save the data as a text file.

Use the Document Info Panel

1. Select the object that you want to review information about.

2. Select the Document Info panel.

3. Click the Options menu, and then select any of the following:

  • Selection Only. Select for info on the current selection. Deselect for all objects.

  • Document.

  • Objects.

  • Graphic Styles.

  • Brushes.

  • Spot Color Objects.

  • Pattern Objects.

  • Gradient Objects.

  • Fonts.

  • Linked Images.

  • Embedded Images.

  • Font Details.

4. To save the information to a text file, click the Options menu, click Save, enter a name for the file, specify a location, and then click Save.

 
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