Using Preflight

Preflight analyzes the current print job and produces a summary of print errors and possible print problems. Preflight is especially helpful when you are sending files to a service bureau. Using Preflight, the service bureau can find potential problems before generating output.

The Issues tab in the Print dialog box opens up the Preflight page. The Issues tab heading changes depending on the number of issues in a print job. For example, if you have three issues the tab reads 3 Issues. If you have no issues, the tab heading reads No Issues. The icon on the tab heading also changes depending on the severity of the issue(s) identified. The icons represent:

Every issue that Preflight detects includes a summary of the issue and a suggestion on how to resolve the issue. By default, Preflight checks for all printing issues. Disable the check boxes of the issues you do not want Preflight to check.

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