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Old 03-28-2006, 07:08 AM   #4
dogmandouglas
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If the separations/composite option is greyed out. Then you have to change your printer description. Separations are controlled by your printer description.
Give it a try, it should work.

A work around could be to put your separations (as black) on a different layer and toggle between the two (or three) layers turning them on and off when you print.
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