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Old 11-22-2008, 01:12 PM   #6
PeterArnel
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The simple answer to your question is yes - when printers quote one colour inside it will always mean black as that is one of the process colours - a special colour can be printed but it will usually cost extra
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Anne - I am sure you know - but for others - when you wrote about 8 colour presses using different inks - these presses will be 4 colour perfectors and print CMYK on the front of the sheet - turning the sheet over and printing CMYK on the reverse
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