Hi, I have been producing graphics on screen for years but am now starting to learn about producing graphics for print: a whole new world of pain! This question might be really stupid but please understand I have zero experience of producing artwork/layouts and then getting them printed on a commerical press so please forgive me! Ok, so I'm watching an Indesign video tutorial today and the helpful tutor is explaining about the dangers of spindly/small reversed out text. So far so good. Then he points out that if text is coloured with a tint swatch (say, 30% cyan) it wont look as sharp on paper as it does on screen as it's made up of dots. The edges losed definition and break up. Ok, but then how on earth does anyone ever print text in lighter colours? - a very light blue, for example - which when I create in indesign has exactly the same cmyk values as a tint anyway. And does this lack of definition apply to shapes as well as text! I'm now scared of using any light coloured things in my designs at all - which is obviously stupid as pretty much everyone else in the world seems capable of producing artwork with light coloured text/shapes. Any words of wisdom?