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Re: kerning and leading



Also, as with all design on the computer, print out the publication to see how
it really looks. The image on the monitor is not a true image (of course with
regard to color, neither is the printout). I've found that kerning and
letterspacing can look irregular on the screen (at least in PageMaker) but print
out just fine (or vice versa).


-Jenn


jennifer.lubkin@washcoll.edu

Shadowplay Press

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