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If you want to have real colors you will have to buy a new one. Ebay has some relatively inexpensive coated / uncoated books. You could contact a local printer and ask them for a copy. They probably have older ones they can sell you (yep, go in and ask!). The problem with used books is that they fade, the paper absorbs moisture and that makes the hue ...
You could always buy them by the chips if you only need them temporary: PANTONE PLASTIC STANDARD Chips Pantone Chip Journal Google Search for Pantone Chips Another option would be to see if someone is selling them used (local sign shop/print shop). Some shops do believe that a rotation of 2 years is standard to purchase and stay up to date with Pantone ...
The only work-around solution I have found, is instead of pasting from CS5 doc to CS6, do everything in the CS5 doc and save there.
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