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Why do newspapers print coloured dots at bottom of pages?
short by Sanira Mediratta / on Saturday, 21 January, 2017
Newspapers print four coloured dots at the bottom of the page called 'registration marks' to ensure that the print is aligned properly. These CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) colours are the base colours used in printing. They are lined up in the same spot while printing in order to print multi-coloured images with accuracy.
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