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Save my documents in CMYK and they re-open in RGB!

Save my documents in CMYK and they re-open in RGB!

Save my documents in CMYK and they re-open in RGB!

Whenever I start a new document, I start in CMYK.  All components of my layout are CMYK (the images, the objects, the text, etc).  When I save and re-open the document, it's in RGB color mode!  My printer has to convert my files when I bring them to him.  I have CMYK and RGB start-up files.  Could my printer (which isn't postcript) be causing this?



RE: Save my documents in CMYK and they re-open in RGB!

I think there are some default color settings you need to set in your preferences. Also, in the color settings use the emulate AI 6 or prepress standard. How many printers are we talking about here?

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