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how to save ONE business card as a PDF - 12/1/2006 3:12:05 PM   
cagesguy

 

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I have The printshop 20 essentials. after creating my business card i save it as a pdf. however it saves like 20 mini versions (like its ready for the printer) . How do I create the art and save it as a single piece? when its saved as a pdf, the file is too large to send to my printing company?
Also..and thanks for any help..how do i change the color program or whatever to a CMYK? color thing?? I think its saved as a RBG or something to that effect.?? thanks

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RE: how to save ONE business card as a PDF - 6/3/2009 6:23:00 PM   
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Select the PDF printer in your printer setup. Then do a custom sized blank page project that is 3.5" wide and 2" high.

For full bleed designs, allow for significant cropping. Make sure you follow the company's dimension and resolution specs. For example, this is a screenshot of the bus card template you would use to upload your design to VistaPrint.com




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