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  1. under output options you most likly have "save as file" checked...uncheck that box and presto!
  2. quote: Originally posted by Katie: If you have a CMYK or Pantone, or any of the other options color palettes on your computer, you can import that into VW and use those color palettes. Please reference the User's Guide for informaton on setting Attributes and Color Palettes. but what format do the palettes have to be in? can I use an illustrator one? i am modeling in 2d and the files are being used in a book that is offset printed [ 10-10-2002, 12:38 PM: Message edited by: tblla ]
  3. When I go into my attribute defaults and pick colour using colour palette i notice 2 options one is the palette drop down and the other is the list drop down that allows you to open a colour palette is there some where I can down load colour palettes? or do I have to make them myself? I am specificaly looking for a pantone colour palette. thanks!
  4. ok here is the dillema. when I try to import a CMYK image (a .tif in this case) it distorts the colours greatly, making them almost florescent. when i import RGB it is fine, but the image needs to be CMYK as the file is being used for commercial printing. does anyone know of a solution for this?
  5. ok here is the dillema. when I try to import a CMYK image (a .tif in this case) it distorts the colours greatly, making them almost florescent. when i import RGB it is fine, but the image needs to be CMYK as the file is being used for commercial printing. does anyone know of a solution for this?
  6. I am a graphic artist with a landscape architecture firm located in Whistler BC, Canada and use Vector Works on a daily basis, currently we are working on a revision of the Whistler Area - Topographic & Street map that will be printed. We have finished the map (in Vector Works) and have submitted the files (as PDF's) to our printer and have been told that the files are RGB and they need to be CMYK for printing and that there will be a colour shift when printed with the current configuration. What we would like to know is, is there any way to set the colour for the document to CMYK? or what we can do to combat this. any help you can provide with on this subject would be greatly appreciated. thank you.jeremy burrowsjeremy@tblla.com
  7. I am a graphic artist with a landscape architecture firm located in Whistler BC, Canada and use Vector Works on a daily basis, currently we are working on a revision of the Whistler Area - Topographic & Street map that will be printed. We have finished the map (in Vector Works) and have submitted the files (as PDF's) to our printer and have been told that the files are RGB and they need to be CMYK for printing and that there will be a colour shift when printed with the current configuration. What we would like to know is, is there any way to set the colour for the document to CMYK? or what we can do to combat this. any help you can provide with on this subject would be greatly appreciated. thank you.jeremy burrowsjeremy@tblla.com

 

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