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Old 07-09-2008, 01:22 PM   #3
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Thanks, Ink manager's the way to go. Just looking for the most quick and efficient way. Just asked because at times you will get a file/layout done by someone else where they've used a mix of process and spot colors. Annoying to replace the cmyk equivalent of the Pantone...what if done in Quark though?? anyone??



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Definitely don't use Quark for this: bound to mess it up.

I'd use the ink mangler settings that you found in InDesign. If that doesn't work, you could try converting the colours to your preferred destination ICC profile, which will convert the spots to process (actually, you could export the file to a new PDF using this last method, and that should give you a CMYK file.)
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