A book manufacturer prints 9540 pages in 5 minuteshow many pages are printed in one minute?
9540/5 = 1908 pages in one minute
A graphic work is usually printed in a numbered edition, where each print has its unique number, for instance 15/150. This means it is the 15th of 150 prints. There may be a small number of prints, unnumbered for the artist to use at their discretion, marked A.P or P/A. These are the artist's edition.
Is there a million dollar bill printed by American Bank Note Company for the International Association of Millionaires?
Landscape and portrait have nothing to do with the kind of paper. They indicate the orientation of the paper in relationship to what is printed on the paper. Landscape prints with the long side of the page at the top (the side is the shorter width), while portrait prints with the long side of the paper to the side (the top is the shorter width).
PDF is a file format that provides an electronic image of text or text and graphics that looks like a printed document and can be viewed, printed, and electronically transmitted. PDF file is based on the PostScript language so no matter what kind of printer can ensure precise, accurate color prints.
"E.A." (Epreuve d'Artiste, the French term for artist's proof), "A.P." or "H.C." were originally conceived to mean a small part of a printed edition to be presented to the collaborators of the artwork or for the personal use of the artist. These were usually not more than 10% of the size of the regular edition. However, it's amazing how many prints we see with the annotation "A.P.", "E.A." and "H.C.". Certain prints have these notations…
A printer test page generally prints some text, some graphics, and some information about the printer such as its resolution, or amount of memory installed...it depends on the type of printer to verify correct information (how much memory is it supposed to have compared to the number it prints saying that it currently holds?)