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NOTE: WE CAN NOT ACCEPT ARTWORK IN MICROSOFT WORD, MICROSOFT PUBLISHER, MICROSOFT EXCEL, COREL WORDPERFECT OR PAGEMAKER.

When sending photo files, please save in one of the following formats.
For optimum print quality, please make sure your images are at least 300 dpi.
Lower resolutions will result in poor print quality.


TIFF (A TIFF will result in the best quality artwork for scanned images.)

JPG (use best quality setting)

EPS

 

File Formats
Graphic images should be in either a TIF or JPG format. DO NOT USE any compression in the file - this can reduce the quality of the original image. EPS files are acceptable from a vector-based program such as Adobe Illustrator.

Programs Accepted

  • MAC: QuarkXpress 8.5, InDesign CC 2014, Illustrator CC 2014, Photoshop CC 2014
  • PC: QuarkXpress 8.5, InDesign CC 2014, Illustrator CC 2014, Photoshop CC 2014, Corel Draw - CorelDraw must be exported as Adobe Illustrator file with text converted to curves. Please note that background patterns and some imported graphics in Corel will not export correctly. Please call us if you have questions.
  • If your program is not listed here, please contact us for further information.

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