desktop publishing (DTP)



Using specialized software and high resolution printer(s) to assemble, design, and produce commercial quality printed material. DTP is usually cost effective only in very specialized jobs (such as multicolor network diagrams) or in short print runs. See also on demand printing.

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  • Todd had become a lot more experienced with desktop publishing and, by the time he wrote his third e-book, he knew the process for manually putting out his book by heart.

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  • Having a good desktop publishing set up at your work will make sure that all the things your company puts out look very professional.

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  • When you need to put out a high quality memo or note using good desktop publishing will make a much better presentation.

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