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What you see is what you print

"What you see is what you print" is a dream come true for print service providers. The Adobe PDF Print Engine gives the prepress industry the ability to take another gigantic step into the automation of prepress. With the Adobe PDF Print Engine, native print hardware can output PDF files containing live transparency. JDF and PDF are combined providing printers with smarter, more efficient workflow controls.

Web Reference: Adobe PDF Print Engine (2006, Adobe Systems Inc.)

Web Reference: Adobe PDF Print Engine, See it in Action (2006, Adobe Systems Inc.)

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