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General Preparation

There are many more tips and bits of advice which could be offered here in terms of preparing and delivering copy and your relationship with your printer.   They are too numerous to include in this handbook.  Also, many simply involve that illusive area - called the "human" element.  There are, however, points worth noting.

If you feel uncertain as to the overall correctness of your camera ready material or have any doubts as to how it will look when finally printed, ask your printer for a copy to proof so that you can examine one isolated copy of your newsletter before the entire press run is made.  In this way, you can not only see the final product as it will be printed but you also have a last chance at correcting possible errors.