You may duplicate artwork to distribute or exchange with other commands.
Duplication eliminates the need to redraw existing art. Duplicate the original
artwork on a diazo intermediate foil such as a sepia, sepia matte, or orange
sepia. Make sure the image is dense. Corrections, additions, or deletions
are easily made on intermediates.
You can use a copier to produce viewgraphs. The master art need not be
translucent to reproduce on a copier. The only requirement is to change the
paper in the paper tray for acetate. The acetate foil produces a black image
on a clear or colored background. The primary disadvantage of a
thermographic or electronically produced viewgraph is that the image is a
surface deposit of toner that may crack and flake off or be easily scraped.
Computers are capable of producing viewgraphs. Several software packages
offer image and text integration for export as a viewgraph and/or paper
products. The computer is. also capable of displaying these images on a
monitor or projecting images on a screen much like an overhead projector.
With some presentation software packages, you can command a computer to
change images automatically by entering the seconds of display desired and
the mode of transition.
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