Print Colour Cover w/Black & White inside?


T

Tricia

Hi I cannot seem to find a work around for this problem! We routinely print
booklets for people using Publisher 2007. They want a full colour cover (and
sometimes a colour inside page) and all the other pages to be printed in
black.

We spend hours making sure every speck of font & image & borders is
greyscale or black or else 1 little thing and we are printing a 'colour' page.

Is there a fast way to make every single thing on the page black (including
text in multiple unjoined text boxes) or is there a program I can use to
select which pages are to be printed in colour and which are to be printed in
black & white?
 
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M

Mary Sauer

You could split the publication into two files. If the inside colour page is on
the back of the cover or inside the back cover then there would no problem if
these pages were in a separate file.
 
R

Rob Giordano [MS MVP]

that's the best way...especially if the cover is gonna bleed

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Rob Giordano
Microsoft MVP Expression Web
 
T

Tricia

Thankyou for the suggestion but it would not work as I have to print say 3000
of the booklets (they are all printed then staple & folded on the same
machine - as you can't print a cover then put that through the copier again
as like an insert cover page)

So I have to send the job as one file. (Unless you meant something else?)




Rob Giordano said:
that's the best way...especially if the cover is gonna bleed

--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Rob Giordano
Microsoft MVP Expression Web
 
M

Mary Sauer

Are you taking your booklet to a commercial printer? Have they any solutions for
you?

Do you have any options on your printer driver? Obviously you have a high end
printer, maybe there is something in the documentation.
 
T

Tricia

No, I am the printer :D

I cannot find any settings that will do this, not even in the photo copier
settings. That's why I thought maybe there was a program out there, or an add
on that might help?
 
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M

Mary Sauer

Usually the manufacturer web site will have support documents, maybe an email to
them might prove fruitful.
 

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