A version of a page in which all the colors appear on one sheet to represent the full page. Colors can be displayed as shades of gray.
A version of an illustration or page in which the process colors appear together to represent full color. When produced on a monochrome output device, colors are represented as shades of gray.
proof of color separation in position with graphics and type.
Proof of colour separations in position with graphics and type. Also called final proof, imposition proof and stripping proof.
The black-and-white proof of the publication or, for a color publication, one sheet per publication page (rather than separate sheets for each overlay) printed on a color printer. Because of variations in the parent/source ink colors on color printers and color presses, colors on composite proofs usually do not match precisely the color of the final product but are useful to verify color placements and positions. See also Match Print.
Proof of color separations in position with graphics and type.