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On 05/07/2013 09:11 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
A good suggestion from Tom that we also do up a .pdf version with clickable links. This would be for those who would like to post the pamphlets/brochures on their site, or for those who would elect to send the brochures for viewing to other recipients.

Although, the brochures we are working on are principally for printing, I think that making a .pdf version would not take all that much time. We should also add this to our pamphlet versions: 1 formal and 1 community version in .pdf (A4 and USLtr).

Thanks for the idea Tom!



I tend to use the PDF version to do most of my printing. I create the documents and then make a PDF version that can be printed on any system, with or without LO installed.

So if you make a PDF version with "clickable" options, make sure they can be printed without any problems.

As I stated earlier, most professional places prefer PDF files for their printing, when they do low count prints. I tend to print the brochures myself, but sometimes it is worth the extra costs from a printing service, since they can use a machine to do the folding. Every fold 150 brochures at one time? I did andfor heavy stock paper it is worth the cost for the machine folding.

Also, some printing services would charge more for the "official" brochure than the "community" brochure, due to the large block of ink on the "front" panel.

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