New answers tagged

0

in swatches for this color the % numbers remained the same and the tone didn't changed on the screen. That is how it is supposed to work. When you convert a document to another profile, you are not changing the colors in the document or how they appear. Color changes happen when you apply the wrong profile to a document, or use a document that doesn’t ...


1

The developers are aware of the issue but aren't willing to fix it, they consider it a 'feature'. When we export an image, we interpret our color values in the sRGB colorspace. We also save the color space in the metadata, unless you have ‘Save for Web’ checked in the export panel. Regardless of that setting though, the intent has been to save with sRGB, ...


0

Solved! In playing with export options in illustrator I spotted .wmf and .emf. Exporting the graphics as an .emf made the word document accents and graphics match perfectly! Because you're telling it to work in a format that Word clunkily understands! Insert eurekas, duhs, and celebrating here.


1

The already mentioned ghostscript is the free standard tool for this problem. If the use of the command line looks too daunting, you could use a free web service like: http://www.pdf2cmyk.com. You won't have any control whats really happening with your images, but the results are good as far as I tested. You can choose different output profiles (SWOP and ...



Top 50 recent answers are included