A print job with four color printing on the front side and no
printing on the backside.
Stands for 4 colors on the front of a page and 1
color on the back. When 4 is used, mostly it refers to CMYK colors or “full
color.” The 1 means it will be a spot color, such as a Pantone color. The
numbers can be of any number, such as 6/3, meaning 6 different spot colors on
the front and 3 on the back, but those mentioned here are the most common for
most print projects. See also 4/4, 4/K.: A print job with four color printing
on the front side and one color (usually black) on the back side
Stands for 4 colors (”full color”) on the front and
back of a page.: A print job with four color printing on both sides of the
Stands for 4 colors (”full color”) on the front
and blacK ink on the back.
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The books have printed and delivered and the job came out real nice, the colors and the blacks really popped.
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