If there is one complaint I hear constantly from my graphic students it's that their prints look so much better on-screen. Often printing problems are a result of operator error, and the problem can be easily solved. But I have to admit, there have a few times I myself wondered whether it was going to take a voodoo ritual to get my print to come out correctly. You may need to do a few voodoo rituals along the way, but if you consistently follow a few rules, you're likely to be ahead of the game and will have great printed output more often.
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