Customizing fountain fills can affect how they appear on screen and how they print. There are a number of ways to determine how fountain fills print and display. You can improve the appearance of fountain fills by controlling the printing, by adjusting the overall quality of the fountain fill, or by changing the default display.
Printing proofs of a drawing with fountain fills can take less time if you reduce the number of steps the printer uses to create them. For information about setting fountain fill steps for printing see, "Printing" on page 679.
You can also change a fountain fill's color, center point, mid-point, angle, direction, and edge pad. These options vary depending on the type of fountain fill.
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