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Desktop Publishing Carnegie-Mellon University Spring 2001. Dave Watterson Art Director, GATF [email protected] [email protected] Welcome to Desktop Jeopardy!. 3 teams 2 questions to each team Each question worth 10 points If that team misses you have the opportunity to steal.

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Desktop PublishingCarnegie-Mellon UniversitySpring 2001

  • Dave WattersonArt Director, GATF

  • [email protected]

  • [email protected]


Welcome to desktop jeopardy l.jpg
Welcome to Desktop Jeopardy!

  • 3 teams

  • 2 questions to each team

  • Each question worth 10 points

  • If that team misses you have the opportunity to steal


1 the basic colors that are used in color process printing are l.jpg
1. The basic colors that are used in color process printing are __________ _________ __________ __________


2 your monitor uses the color model l.jpg
2. Your monitor uses the _____________ are __________ _________ __________ __________ color model


3 the combination of red green and blue colors on screen can produce more than million colors l.jpg
3. The combination of red, green and blue colors on screen can produce more than _____________ million colors.


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4. The file size of a 72 dpi file that is increased to 144 dpi will be ________times the size of the original.


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5. For printed material to display natural looking halftones it is recommended that the image dpi is ______ times the line screen used in the printing method.


6 in quarkxpress the tool needed to edit elements within a selected text or picture box is the tool l.jpg
6. In QuarkXPress the tool it needed to edit elements within a selected text or picture box is the __________ tool.



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Raster vs. Vector it

  • All computer images come in either Vector or Bitmap formats

  • Each has it’s own advantages and disadvantages


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Raster or Bitmapped Images it

  • Image defined pixel by pixel and its resolution is fixed

  • They are called resolution dependent


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Vector/Illustration Images it

  • A vector or object-oriented image is a mathematical equation where each object is defined by points connected by paths.

  • They are resolution independent


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Vector-Based Applications it

  • Adobe Illustrator

  • Macromedia Freehand

  • CorelDraw

  • These images can be save in a variety of formats so that they can be used and displayed in other in other types of programs


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Resolution Independent it

  • They retain their characteristic shapes at different sizes and output resolutions


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File Formats for Web it

  • GIF (.gif)

  • JPEG (.jpg)


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TIFF files in QuarkXPress it

  • Image Control: One-bit (black& White) and grayscale images can be assigned a color in Xpress. A grayscale TIFF can also be edited with contrast and halftone commands in the Style menu


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TIFF files in QuarkXPress it

  • File Size and Compression: Typically uncompressed TIFFs are about 20% smaller than EPS files. A TIFF can be saved with non-lossy LZW compression to make their file sizes smaller.


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TIFF files in QuarkXPress it

  • Onscreen Display: Xpress generates a low-resolution proxy to preview an imported TIFF. The quality of this preview depends on preset preferences.


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TIFF files in QuarkXPress it

  • Cropping: If you crop a TIFF inside Xpress, the printer processes only the viewable data


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TIFF files in QuarkXPress it

  • Downsampling: QuarkXPress will downsample all TIFFs to two times the halftone screen frequency


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EPS files in QuarkXPress it

  • An EPS file can be a bitmap/raster or an object-oriented/vector graphic depending on which program was used to generate the EPS.


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EPS files in QuarkXPress it

  • Image Control: An EPS graphic has already been converted to PostScript Which means that this is a locked file


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EPS files in QuarkXPress it

  • File Size and Compression: An EPS file is typically 20% larger than an uncompressed TIFF file


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EPS files in QuarkXPress it

  • Onscreen Display: The preview is built into the structure of the PostScript. The speed of the display is dependant upon the preview option chosen when creating the EPS file


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EPS files in QuarkXPress it

  • Cropping and Downsampling: Xpress always sends everything to the printer. This can significantly increase the printing time.


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Contacting me it

  • I don’t have an office on campus and really work all day

  • Please e-mail me and I will set up a meeting time as quickly as possible


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Thanks for your attention! it Now let’s head over to the lab(CFA Room 318)


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