Compiled by the ETMG Production Team Over the years, we’ve had to field a number of questions about page layout and word processing in Microsoft Word. Here are some more commonly asked questions and our tips for success: “Whenever I enter something that looks like a URL into Word, it always converts into an […]
Compiled by The ETMG Production Team At ETMG, we field a lot of questions about working in, and with, a number of programs Acrobat and working with PDFs. Here are our frequently asked questions on Acrobat and our PDF tips: Q: How can I make my PDF easier for my readers to navigate? A: […]
Compiled by the ETMG Production Team Our production department fields a lot of questions on printing off the edge of the page in Word and other programs. Here are a few recent questions on this and some tips for success: Q: I want to print something to the very edge of the page […]
Another commonly asked question often answered by the ETMG Production Team. Q: Is a PDF an acceptable source file? A: No, not for editing text or altering graphics. Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format used to represent documents independently of application software. Each PDF file encapsulates a complete description of a fixed-layout document, […]
Compiled by the ETMG Production Team Over the years, we’ve had to field a number of questions about page layout and word processing in Word. Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions and our tips for success: “How can I eliminate orphans (the single word left alone at the bottom of […]
Need to find the origin of an image? Try dragging and dropping the photo into Google Image search. You can do this using Google Chrome and you’ll discover all the places the image exists on the web and you’ll likely find the creator of the image pretty quickly. If you’re not using Google Chrome, and […]
When requesting poster production, instead of asking for multiple file versions of your one poster design at various sizes, consider moving to a common build. Request that your poster artwork be built to 12 x 18″ at 600dpi and you will receive a single art file that your printer will be able to scale […]
When creating a Web page, populate the TITLE field with an accurate description of the page content. That description will be what Google uses to find your page. Avoid “cute” or humorous titles, as Google does not understand cute nor comedians.