When sending multiple files to us, we prefer you first copy all
necessary files to a folder and then compress the folder with WinZip, Stuffit
or some other file compression software. You can then choose the folder or drag
it to the box on the page. Click the Upload Files button and the file will
immediately upload to our file server. You will receive a confirmation email
that your file(s) were successfully sent and our CSR’s will be notified that
you sent files for production. For questions or help loading your files, please
contact Brenda Yount at 217-222-5145 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jobs that are sent into JK Creative Printers should
adhere to these guidelines as closely as possible. By meeting these guidelines,
there is a greater opportunity to reduce the overall cost of your job, by
reducing the amount of time that we spend altering, correcting or preparing
your file. And subsequently the faster it will move through our shop.
The requirements are fairly straight-forward and if you
take them into consideration prior to starting the job, they will not be a
problem at the completion of your job.
For PDF files:
Make sure the PDF is high resolution. If you supply us with a low resolution
PDF the output results may not be what you want.
We offer a PDF printer preset that you can add to your
list of printers when making a PDF. When printing to that preset, it will make
the PDF exactly with our setting. Contact Brenda Yount at email@example.com
or call her at 217-222-5145 and she will send to you that printer preset.
For Open files:
These types of files are Quark, InDesign, Illustrator, Corel and etc. When you
send this type of file to us, you will need to supply all of the elements that
go with that job. Items such as fonts, images, and any artwork that may have
been placed or used on your pages. If you are using Quark or InDesign this
process has been simplified by the manufacturer, all other programs will
require that you collect these elements manually. On a PC this can be difficult
when it comes to locating your fonts. With Quark and InDesign you have a
function within the program that will gather all of the elements, including
your fonts and package them for sending to us. In Quark it is called “Collect
for Output” and InDesign calls it “Package”.