Before printing or handing off the document to Arrow, you can perform a quality check on the document. Preflight is the industry-standard term for this process. The preflight utility warns of problems that may prevent a document or book from imaging as desired, such as missing files or fonts. It also provides helpful information about a document or book, such as the inks it uses, the first page on which a font appears, and print settings. For a video on preparing files for output, click here. Packaging is the next stage of preparing a document for print after preflighting. Packaging gathers together a copy of the publication, its associated graphics and fonts, and a report about the document for sending to Arrow.
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