"Preparing Your Desktop Files for Output"

Wednesday, September 18, 1996
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Two half-day seminars:
BASIC & ADVANCED
featuring

DR. TAZ TALLY


WHO SHOULD COME?

You should, if you have any questions about Electronic/Desktop Publishing, and want help from one of the most noted speakers and greatest authorities in the business, who brings it all down to earth in simple English. You'll have fun, enjoying the speaker's wit, while learning invaluable information.

You should, if you want to SAVE TIME, SAVE MONEY, SAVE YOUR SANITY, and overall, IMPROVE YOUR IMAGE (OR YOUR IMAGES).


INSTRUCTOR

Taz Tally, Ph.D., is nationally renowned in the elctronic publishing community. His wit and enthusiasm make him the ideal instructor for these sessions.

Taz is President of DTT, Inc., a North Carolina firm which specializes in working with both printing companies and printing customers. He has helped companies ranging from Bausch & Lomb to the smallest of print shops.

Dr. Tally is the author of Peaceful Coexistence: Avoiding the Output Blues. He has served as Director of PCTRC (PICA Communications Technology Resource Center), and is a featured presenter of the Dean Collins Digital Imaging Seminar Series. He was the instructor for the Montage Production's "Desktop-to-Print" video training series.


REGISTRATION

Complete & submit a registration form before Monday, September 9, 1996. Call or fax us for a registration form by mail or fax, or send us an e-mail.

American Speedy Printing Centers of Aiken
987 Pine Log Road
Aiken, SC 29803
(803) 648-3821 / FAX: (803) 648-7239
E-Mail: aspeedy@scescape.net or makaspc@aol.com


Checks, VISA or MasterCard will be accepted as payment. LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE. PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1996, TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT.


987 Pine Log Road, Aiken, South Carolina 29803
Telephone: (803) 648-3821
Fax: (803) 648-7239
E-Mail: aspeedy@scescape.net or makaspc@aol.com


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