Layout If I need want to print labels for my producrt. I'll send a file to label company and ask them to print them out. I want to ask them to send the layout to me and let me check the color, text, product name, font, font size, word(or text)...all details. How should I say that? Is "layout" correct? or should I say "text"?
Jun 25, 2019 2:35 PM
Answers · 3
"Layout" refers to the arrangement of the words and designs on the label. "Text" refers specifically to the words, what they are and maybe the font, but not the arrangement. So it depends on what you want. Either or both could be correct. In your question, "need want" is redundant. It may be a typing error, but you should use either need or want, not both.
June 25, 2019
I think layout is correct as layout itself consists of print technic, color ink, font, size (W,H)... Maybe, you should send for vendor AI file then they will follow your requestment
June 25, 2019
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