There was initially some resistance by the Bishopric to using Google Docs as the source of the Sacrament program. However, that tune is changing as they see the flexibility of last minute changes we are able to incorporate, as well as the hot-linked PDF form on the newsletter. So there is some nice movement there.
The basic image processing tools are also nice to have, as photocopy reproduction is often poor quality — especially when the copy source is color. As computer printers evolved, greater resolution, and near continuous tone were the result. Generally Xerography is a monochrome reproduction, with enhanced contrast. Though this does not necessarily damage the purpose of a program, a good looking image reproduction is an enhanced experience.
With the Google basic image processing, we have better results by converting it to grayscale, and slightly bumping up the brightness. We're it possible to pre-halftone the image, that would make it better, but this is one way to improve quality of the product.
Included with this mail are the original digital image, and a photo of the final reproduction on paper in the sacrament program.
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