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IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000022935D
Original Publication Date: 1976-May-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Mar-27
Document File: 2 page(s) / 167K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

In creating color original documents for reproduction on a color electrophotographic printing machine, it is frequently necessary to employ dots, dashes or lines on graphs. The creation of the foregoing may be greatly simplified by employing a roll 12 comprising a flexible transparent sheet 10 having a plurality of opaque colored dots 14 thereon. Each roll 12 may have a plurality of differently colored dots so that different dotted lines may be created on the colored original document. In lieu of dots 14, transparent sheet 10 may have a plurality of spaced dashes or a line thereon. In these embodiments, each roll will also be of a different color. Thus, multicolor graphs may be simply created through the use of differently colored rolls comprising a trans~- parent material having dots, lines, or dashes thereon.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

ADHESIVE OVERLAY Proposed Classification
James H. McVeigh tJ.S. Cl. 354/292
mt. Cl, G03b 15/00

In creating color original documents for reproduction on
a color electrophotographic printing machine, it is
frequently necessary to employ dots, dashes or lines on
graphs. The creation of the foregoing may be greatly
simplified by employing a roll 12 comprising a flexible
transparent sheet 10 having a plurality of opaque colored
dots 14 thereon. Each roll 12 may have a plurality of
differently colored dots so that different dotted lines
may be created on the colored original document. In
lieu of dots 14, transparent sheet 10 may have a plurality
of spaced dashes or a line thereon. In these embodiments,
each roll will also be of a different color. Thus,
multicolor graphs may be simply created through the
use of differently colored rolls comprising a trans~-
parent material having dots, lines, or dashes thereon.

Volume 1 Number 5 May 1976 77

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78 XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

Volume 1 Number S May 1976

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