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Those numbers out of context are devoid of meaning. That is saying cmyk 0 9 100 0 means nothing accurate. Without a specification on what particular CMYK space is in question. Each printer be it a offset press or desktop printer prints a different color with said CMYK values. Reason for this is different inks have different colors different opacities. ...


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Yes there are different methods to send a file. In all cases, a good comunication with the printer is a must. Ryan posted one using alpha channel, this is a transparent image. Another option is to simply send a grayscale image and talking to the printer that you want a spot ink there, other than black. (Image > Mode > Grayscale) A more advanced option is ...


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Your best bet is probably to talk with the printer and find out how the'd want it but I imagine you'd want to provide a single Alpha Channel with the Pantone on it, some might accept it as grayscale though and just tell them what pantone to use when printing. To make the Pantone Image for them if needed: Open the Channel panel and Ctrl/Cmd+Click on the RGB ...



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