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You can set your document space as RGB (so you have access to all the filters) but set the preview as CMYK (so you get an idea of how it will look once printed). To set the preview as CMYK, select "Menu->View->Proof Setup" and select "Working CMYK". This way, you would be drawing in the RGB space but you will be shown a soft (approximate) proof if how it ...
NOTE: This got way longer than I expected, and I purposely glossed over a LOT of detail. If you'd like me to elaborate, just ask. PMS Colors - Absolutely brilliant when used as designed for pre-mixed spot color offset printing. You can be assured the color you saw in your Pantone book is very closely represented in your final printed piece. The problem ...
Pantone color conversion will be maddening. Some colors cannot be precisely achieved in RGB or CMYK. In my formula guide, there are two symbols used to denote compatibility (4 dots fot CMYK, 3 open circles for RGB). According to my formula guide, 431U should be achievable in both RGB and CMYK. You would think that would mean that the conversions will be ...
EVERYTHING on screen is displayed as RGB. And I mean everything. If you want to be accurate you need the printed Pantone color bridge and color guides.
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