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A profile describes a color space. The "space" selector is the place to select your printer profile. And, remember that Photoshop will do the space conversion, and that all parameters down the stream from Photoshop must be the same as was used to print the target from which the profile was derived. Wire on 1/19/01 09:57, Randy at email@example.com wrote: > Hi Folks, > I know this has been gone over a million times, but I am just now > starting to understand it. Whenever I choose a printing profile(space) > in the drop down box in the photoshop print dialogue box, what am I > choosing a space or a profile? > > It says space on the box? > > Is that the place to put in my printer paper profile or is it not? > > I am printing on my 1270. I am using some individual basic epson paper > profiles I down loaded from the internet (epson photo paper ect) > > And if and when I choose a profile in that space box, I uncheck printer > color mgmt,right? > > And do I choose ICM or no color adjustment in the driver box. > > Thanks everyone for your help. > > Randy Laskody > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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