Trying to print out formatted book chapters for final proofing. Using QuarkXPress 6.52. After all formating (textboxes, art boxes, style sheets, etc.) completed, text seems to slide. I wind up with orphans and widows, even though I've cleaned it all up. Text no longer fits the boxes assigned.
I've tried printing and exporting as .pdf. My husband (programmer) suggested the problem was the printer's configurations, but again, we get the same issues with .pdf
What gives? Any ideas?
Make sure your fonts are loaded correctly and turned on.Try it with a open type font and see if this fixes the problem. Open type fonts are the new font type to use. try www.dafont.com and enjoy. as for the creating a proper print file without text reflow and a open type doesnot fix the problem. Your rip for the proofer might need the font loaded locally for proofing. or when you send make sure the option to send fonts for each page selected.
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Anu PS Fonts (telugu) in WIN XP SP2 (Telugu is the One of the most using Language in Andhra Pradesh, India) not working / not supporting for QuarkXPress 6, 7 and 8 versions? How use this?. Please send me details my mail [email protected]
I am not sure why they should not be able to open them as they should be able to be opened on 7 the only thing I would suggest is to make sure that the suffix of the filename ends in qxp e.g. filename.qxp however if the company is going to amend them in 7.1 and they are using a 7.1 xtension you may not be able to open them or the file may not render properly.
However if it is for proofing purposes you could send them an acrobat pdf file
Make sure you have the proper drivers installed for the printer, then cut and paste the information into a word processor or similar that accomidates the desired print format.
Finally, change the text size and print.
The issue is not with the printer, but the program you are using to facilitate the print job. If this is a web based program, look for a "Printer Friendly" print option on the site.
Alternately, you may have limited success in changing the text size under "View" in your browser, and try printing with the larger text size selected, and in use. If truncating occurs in the printing, then you will have to cut and paste the text into a manageable format, like a Word Processor program.