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Re: [vox] From StarOffice to Kinkos: PS, PDF?
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Re: [vox] From StarOffice to Kinkos: PS, PDF?

PDF is your best buddy with Kinko's. For large orders I believe they can
set that up, but your best bet is to talk to Carlo who is the commercial
account holder their.


On Sat, 6 Apr 2002, John C. Alden wrote:

> Desktop publishing problem. We have Red Hat 7.2 and StarOffice 6.0 beta at
> home (no KDE 3.0 update--yet), and an HP DeskJet 500 inkjet printer.
> Thinking of going to OpenOffice.
> Needing to laser-print some nice-looking documents (some pages in color),
> my spouse saved her file in (gak!) Word95 format and took her floppy to
> Kinko's.
> Kinko's MS Word apparently didn't have the same fonts there. She then spent
> 2+ hours at Kinko's reformatting what HAD been a perfect StarOffice
> document--just so she could print the bloody thing. Oh, and after the
> editing, the file was > 1.44Mb, so it would no longer fit on a floppy.
> (thanks, MS >:-( .
> *** I DON'T want to go this route!   Postscript take me away!!! ***
> I just *know* there's a solution that involves saving as Postscript and/or
> converting to PDF (ps2pdf?) , thereby only needing, say, Mac or Win Adobe
> Acrobat at the Kinko's end, and only printing the file, not editing it. I
> expect it would come out exactly the same as viewed at home.
> Anyone have DTP experience with Kinko's or any other publishing vendor?
> Do they accept ftp submissions for those larger orders?
> --john
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