Sorry, re-reading my post it was kinda misleading. What I meant was that you can't just guess what your printing cost was going to be. You should always find out what your actual cost is and go from there.
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I found this forum by accident and thought I would join up. I've been in Design/Prepress/Printing for 24 years. Wish I had something like this forum throughout my career.
Always get your prices that include Everything....Including Printing, Proofs, Overs, Sales Tax (If Applicable) Shipping, Delivery. Be as specific as you can with Bindery, Folding, stitching, Shrikwrapping, etc. Ask what Pre-Press charges may apply to your specific program. Some Printers may not be able to accept your Scrapbook Pro Files without charging to fix them. Ask for the Pre-Press rate just in case you want the printer to make minor changes. Make sure you have a quote in writing.
There are 3 types of people....Those who make things happen......Those who watch things happen.....and those who wonder what happened.
Probably not relevant to the assignment, but cloth-covered hardbacks are nearly always sold with paper dust jackets. It would be the dust jacket-covered book that would be shown in the ad since that's...
I was able to restart this morning and change the keychain password. It looks like everything is synced up. I can log into the computer and get online. IT has me locked out of everything else. Hopefully...