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The term 'Graduate' at AbleStable® refers to both graduates and undergraduates: creative people who have, or are undergoing, formal training in an educational institution at degree level, and who offer products and/or services for sale of which they are the originator.

Graduate service
AbleStable's® specially tailored service to meet the needs of creative graduates and undergraduates who wish to be listed at AbleStable®.

A percentage of black. The single Black (K) component has a value from 0 to 100%, where 0 is white and 100 is black, and in between are shades of gray.

Non-registered Users of AbleStable®.

A type of image file. It is the most common way to compress and store images for transfer over the Internet.

GPL (General Public License)
A general free license for software that allows people to use and distribute software and softgoods. Any software or softgoods under the GPL may not be resold without the express permission of the developer/author. For more on the GPL go to to view the license agreement.

Abbreviation for grams per square metre. This indicates the weight of paper or other stock. For example; A typical photocopier paper would be 80 gsm - a good letterhead paper might be 100 gsm - a postcard would be about 250 gsm.

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