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No need to find and attach your file to an email, instead you simply "print" the file from your application.
The file is automatically sent to our Website. You can also enter your requirements and see an immediate proof - no need to wait.
You even get a instant confirmation of receipt for peace of mind!
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Fonts & Word Wrapping
Switching Printing Devices May Affect Your Document
It is important to note that each printing device has different capabilities and specifications.
They may print at different resolutions, support different fonts, or require different page margins.
Each device is controlled by software called a Print Driver (a.k.a printer driver).
Whenever you create a new document, your program adjusts
the document to work within the capabilities of your print driver.
If you build your document using one print driver, then switch
print drivers when printing, your program will do its best to accommodate your
However, you may find unexpected changes, such as font substitution or word wrapping, have occurred as a result of the switch.
The sections below discuss these issues in more detail, and provide suggestions on how to avoid
Using our "PrintingWorks" print driver to create your document will help prevent many of these problems when it comes time to print your file to us.
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Screen Font Substitution
Screen font substitution occurs when a font such as "Venice" is available on the printer, but is not installed on your computer's hard drive.
Windows will allow you to choose this font, but will display another font, such as "Times", on the computer screen.
To avoid screen font substitution issues, use only fonts available on your computer.
While not always possible, this solution works best. If you choose fonts that are not installed
on your computer, the printed version of your document may look different than what you see on screen.
Printer Font Substitution
Printer font substitution occurs when your document specifies a font that is not installed on your
computer, nor on your printer device.
In this case, a different font will be substituted for the missing font when the document is printed.
If you are lucky, the font will look similar, but there is no guarantee that this will be the case.
To avoid font substitution issues, choose our "PrintingWorks" print driver when you first create the document. Sometimes this is not possible.
If you switch print drivers after building your document, our automated proof is a handy way to verify the document.
Word wrapping occurs when the flow of text changes when a print driver is changed.
This could be as small as a single word at the end of one line wrapping to the beginning of the next line, or as large as reflowing your entire document.
When you switch print drivers, the document margins may change to meet the requirements of the new printer.
Font substitution can also cause word wrapping.
To avoid word wrapping issues, choose our "PrintingWorks" print driver when you first create the document. Sometimes this is not possible.
If you switch print drivers after building your document, check your document for word wrapping changes. Make any needed adjustment.
Our automated proof is a handy way to verify the document.