im doing a sign for a driving schoolthe L Plates have a red L on white background so when its printed on yellow or light blue paper the white dosnt print as i assume it thinks its white paperis thier anyway round this other than using white paper?or cnat printers print white?cheerswill
If you save an image from among this lot, it might then print as shown ... click here just a thought.TT - ADI Retd.
no its just not the l plates its the other road sings as wellthe thing i think it is that its to do with a default setting, it wont print white as it asumes you have white paperat first i thought it was a clear backgrounf on the images, but i went in and coloured it whitebut it still shpws the coloured paper throughhow do you print white if your clours are black, red blue and yellow, is it possible?will
try using a text box then formating it as awhite background
As you do not have white ink then I think what you want to do is impossible
PS. why not use white paper?
You don't, it cannot be done. you use white paper and white is not printed, only colour
You use white paper and if you want the rest of the sheet to have a background of yellow or light blue then you colour it in and print the yellow or light blue.
As far as I know you don't get white ink for inkjets so its impossible.Theres no way in the world you could ever get white by mixing black, blue, yellow and red.
thanks guyskind of thought it was impossiblejust needed to here you say itwill
You can't print white.You'll have to use white paper, then print your chosen colour on to it everywhere except where you want the white to be.
This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.
iMac Pro review
Illustrator Charles Williams on how to create magazines and book covers
Les meilleures prises CPL (2018)
© Copyright 2018 IDG UK. All Rights Reserved.