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    Smile correct word

    Kindly let me know what is the correct word of the below case..

    This paper lost it original black prints as the ink went to its laminated cover. therefore poor quality of the print is shown on the laminated cover as a shadow and the paper is not in a position to read.

    thanks a lot
    suresh...

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    Default Re: correct word

    Quote Originally Posted by sureshfina View Post
    Kindly let me know what is the correct word of the below case..

    This paper lost it original black prints as the ink went to its laminated cover. therefore poor quality of the print is shown on the laminated cover as a shadow and the paper is not in a position to read.

    thanks a lot
    suresh...
    The poor quality of the printing on the cover is due to the ink failing to hold to the laminated paper, therefore the image became faint and unreadable.

    As a matter of norm, laminating takes place after printing. This effect can be found when the paper is coated with a gloss surface, which is not the same as lamination.

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