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Will I be able to save a calendar in a format that can be professionally printed by a printing company?

I want to design a promotional calendar using this program and have it professionally printed but I am concerned about the compatibility of the files it produces.

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Work with a professional printer like us. We give you a free PDF printer app that installs on your computer like it was a print driver. It works with whatever type of software you are most creative in. Select it when you print and it makes a PDF, gives you a preview and then sends it to our website as part of a print job.
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Adobe PDF format would be my logical choice.

Posted on Oct 08, 2012

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