When a print job contains too many fonts, it may not print properly. When a print job contains too many spot colors, you are creating a large number of plates. This increases file size and ultimately the cost of the print job. You can set the PostScript options to warn you when a print job contains more than a set number of fonts or spot colors. You can change the number of fonts and spot colors that trigger the warnings by changing the Spot Color Separations Warning and the Fonts Warning Threshold settings.
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