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10 questions to test your printing knowledge

  10 questions to test your printing knowledge: ( Answers can be seen the bottom part of this article, but do not peek before answering it by yourself, :) ) According to Gartner, printers, the supplies associated with them and the support required to keep them operating represent 5% of the typical IT budget. How much do you know about printers and related technology? Take our quiz to find out! Want to study up a little first? See our glossary of printing terms. 1. This term is what P.S. stands for on a letter. It's also the name of a programming language that describes the appearance of a printed page. What's the name of this term? 2. This printing method, which creates raised and colored areas on paper, is often seen in wedding invitations, business cards and letterheads. What kind of process is it? 3. Which of the following is the oldest form of printing: a. gravure b. flexography c. letterpress d. screen printing 4. In printing, DPI is the standard measure of prin

Want To Test Your Printing Knowledge?

Want To Test Your Printing Knowledge?  Please check with the common printing questions as in below: 1. From what material was the earliest paper made? A. Bark B. Bamboo C. Silk D. Cloth scraps and plant fiber 2. What materials were used for type before Gutenberg's invention? A. Clay B. Bronze C. Wood D. All of the above 3. Where was the first ink factory established? A. England B. France C. Colonial America D. Spain 4. As used on a printing press, what is a blanket? A. The large sheet used to cover it at night to keep it clean. B. A full coating of ink. C. A rubber sheet that transfers ink to the paper. D. The mat beneath the press to reduce static discharges. 5. What is process color printing? A. Printing with inks that are machine processed. B. Printing with more than one ink. C. Printing that uses four inks to produce a full spectrum of color. D. Printing with a special procedure in which each color is processed before the next is applied. 6. In printing, the term trapping refer