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We’ve provided the materials below to offer you quick and easy access to printing advice and solutions. If you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us – we’re renowned throughout the area as a premier Atlanta printing company, thanks to our dedication to stellar customer service, fast turnaround times and high-quality results. Call us at 404-262-3931 to experience the BuckBlue difference for yourself!

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
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  1. If you are a first-time user, click "Run" when prompted.
  2. Fill out the order form. Fields in bold are required.
  3. Let us know of any specific instructions you have in the "Job Instructions" box.
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  5. Click the "Submit" button and wait for your files to upload before closing your browser.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

What file formats do you support?

We support PDF, TIF, JPG, .PSD, .INDD and .AI file formats for our color banner printing services.

 

What file formats can you print from, and which do you prefer?

PDF is preferred because it can encapsulate images, fonts, color and advanced formatting commands all in one file.

 

What resolution should I save my files at?

 To ensure the best color banner printing possible, images should be 150 to 300 DPI at the final print size. For example, if you are designing your 2’ x 4’ banner at half size (or 1’ x 2’), then your DPI should be at least 300 to 600 DPI.

A good way to check to see how your graphic will look at full size is to enlarge it to full size on your computer. If the images or text look “pixelated,” then you will need to increase your DPI.

 

Should I use CMYK or RGB?

Because digital presses print with cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK), your file will eventually end up as a CMYK format before it is printed. Although the differences in printing photographs using RGB and CMYK are hard to detect, line art and text colors can be significant.

To ensure your print closely matches your design and what you see on your screen, make sure to design in CMYK.

 

How can I make sure my blues do not come out purple?

When using a blue in your design, always make sure to leave at least a 30% difference in your cyan and magenta values. Blue is close to purple in the CMYK spectrum. Remember, use a low amount of magenta whenever using high amounts of cyan if you want to avoid purple./p>

Example: C:100 M:70 Y:0 K:0

 

How much bleed do you need for full-bleed prints?

We need at least 1/8” bleed beyond the edge of the finished document. Also, to be safe, text and images of your document should have a 1/8” buffer from your trim line.

 

Can you print a proof before you start my job?

Yes, and we are happy to do so! We want to ensure our color banner printing services meet your expectations.

 

Do you offer Graphic Design services?

Yes, our in-house graphic design team has the experience and skill to bring your ideas to life. We can help you get noticed, whether you’d like an eye-popping banner, a simple yard sign or any of our other high-quality printing services.


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