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Flip Horizontally

Flipping Horizontally, Flipping Vertically and Rotating are technical terms for the turning/rotating possibilities of a printed sheet, regardless of whether the process is carried out with one or two Print Items.

When the sheet is flipped horizontally, the sheet moves in the direction(s) described below in the diagram..

Figure: A visual representation of the horizontal flipping process.

Flip Vertically

Flipping Horizontally, Flipping Vertically and Rotating are technical terms for the turning/rotating possibilities of a printed sheet, regardless of whether the process is carried out with one or two Print Items.

When the sheet is flipped vertically, the sheet moves in the direction(s) described below in the diagram..

Figure: A visual representation of the vertical flipping process.

FOGRA

FOGRA is a German-based Research Institute for the graphic arts. They are very actively involved in maintaining several ISO standards (ISO TC 130) concerning color management and printing. Based on ISO standards, they developed a system of certifications for print providers. proofing systems and proof providers known as FOGRAcert. www.fogra.org

Font

Typical examples of Fonts are e.g: Helvetica, Rotis etc. A complete Font can consist of several Fonts weights - Regular, Italic, Bold or Bold Italic - or a font can be part of a Font family - Rotis Semi Sans, Rotis Serif and so forth.

Font Embedded

The term Font embedding refers to the process of embedding the graphic description of the characters in the print file so that they are available for display on the monitor or for output to the printer (during rendering). Font embedding can be done in two ways.

Font Subset

A Font subset is not a Font style of a Font family, but only the used characters of a Font style.

Fully Embedded

Fully embedding, ensures that all characters of the Font used (even those not used in the layout) are fully embedded.