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Puzzle 57

At first glance this one looks like it has a few spelling mistakes. But if you have managed to solve it, you will know that it’s just perfect. Of course, this means nothing to you because you cannot see the answers yet. Good luck!

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Across: 

1. Pixels. (7)
4. Take one’s ease. (4)
6. Change from one state into another. (7)
9. With labels the only print sector immune to Internet cannibalisation. (9)
10. Do it to your mobile ’phone or your emptying glass? (3-2)
11. Keep. (4)
12. Open Print Interface. (3)
13. Printing device for very small prints that get attached to larger objects. (5, 5)
15. Political organisation in state of high excitement? (5)
16. Don’t walk on what the press is printing? (3)
17. Working hours between 23:00 and 06:00. (5, 5)
20. Extent or boundary. (5)
22. Once a popular graphics programme, a barrier to the elements. (5)
24. In a little while. (4)/var/folders/71/ndgznm6965g99kzfk7_qv8xm0000gn/T/Screenshot_05_11_2014_08_00.jpg
25. Version or form of something. (7)
27. Alphabetical lists or catalogues used for reference. (7)
28. Opposite of extension. (9)
29. Going from side to side in search, convert, analyse or conform. (8)
32. Not large businesses. (3)
33. Decriminalise. (8)
34. A desperate attempt to provoke precipitation? (4, 5)
36. Respect and praise. (5)
37. For wiping down the press. (4)
38. Second seat on a motorbike. (7)
39. Operating System. (2)
40. Without charge. (6)
41. Man-eating monsters. Really. (5)
42. To consider or evaluate again. (8)

Down: 

1. High science of copying text, images and lineart. (13)
2. Required to lift printed sheets onto the print stack. (7)
3. Innovations that produce radical change. (8, 12)
4. A rule not necessarily enshrined in law. (10)
5. Collection or home to badgers? (3)
6. Hints for solving mysteries or puzzles. (5)
7. Process of imagining or putting into created reality. (13)
8. Sort of bolt, that holds ones attention. (5)
14. Goal of process automation and workflow control tools. (9, 6)
18. They’re elemental between liquids and solids. (5)
19. You can never have too much of it, nor should you have too little. (4)
21. Used to be easy to see through for scanner operators. (14)
23. Borders Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and China, among others. (5)
26. Often to blame, sometimes unfairly, for bad PDFs. (9)
28. Authorises to inform or teach? (9)
30. Halting workflow to fix errors. (8)
31. Technique for minimising substrate and plate waste. (7)
35. Four part sets depend on these to avoid moiré. (6)
39. Sort of enobling poem. (3)

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