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Shane Beers <email@example.com> wrote: >This might sound dumb, but what should I do with this? I printed it out to >see >what my printer could do (the 1520), but besides that, what applications >can i >get out of it? If you need to produce prints with specific colors the chart will come in handy. Say you want a logo to come out as PMS 185 (red). Plugging in PMS 186 in Illustrator, Quark or Photoshop will not get you that color. Output a chart using the settings you will be using for the final print, find the closest color to the target color and plug in that PMS color or convert to CMYK and plug in those values. Your output will match the color you picked off the chart. If a color falls in between two colors you can create a blend in Illustrator and find the color that matches your target color. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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