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Thats's because you export it in CMYK and you paste/import it in RGB. Keep in mind that both programs (illustrator and photoshop) has to be set with the same color mode. So, go to your file in illustrator and click on "File" > "Document color mode" > "RGB Color" Now fill your illustrator file with your color #ff5522. Paste it on photoshop or just save it, ...


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This is the way I've done it. Select All then Edit>Recolor Artwork. There is a Folder Icon on the top right of the panel. This will create a Swatch Group of all the used Colors. Cancel this panel unless you would like to merge colors etc. Delete the other colors in the swatch. Good Luck. Edit: If you have 2 very similar blacks the Edit Colors panel ...


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With no art selected, you can highlight a swatch and use Select > Same > Fill & Stroke to find what objects used that swatch. You can also use Select All Unused from the Swatch Panel Menu which will highlight the unused swatches. Note this tends to leave behind an orange and a green due to their use in Symbols. Brushes, symbols etc which use a ...


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"4 color" means "CMYK only." Any Pantone solid spot colors are automatically not 4 color, because each will require its own printing plate on press. If you check your Separations Preview (Shift-F6 or Window > Output > Separations Preview) you'll see that there are CMYK plus spot colors. Each of these requires its own printing plate. Use InDesign's ...


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CMYK. The Pantone matching system is a print production ink system. Print production always uses CMYK as a basis. Pantone colors have absolutely no basis in the RGB spectrum.


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I would talk to someone at the Print Company. The grain or grainy effect is mostly caused from the screening from the actual printer. I have been dealing with this same issue with a client of mine. The drop shadow has been coming out "grainy" and there is not a gradual shift in the tone. I spoke with the company and have now about 6 proofs of adjustments ...


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I don't know if there is a way to automate it, I haven't needed to research that myself, but you can save each one individually in the Save As menu:


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Illustrator is a vector illustration tool. Vector files are resolution agnostic--meaning a ppi resolution is irrelevant in this case. Send them the .ai files or a PDF created from the .ai file and that should be fine. If you are using raster effects, then set them to 150. No harm in going a bit higher than the spec. Remember that large format printing ...



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