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That's a personal preference: I'd do 1 indesign for each file and simply delete/replace the swatches by the new ones; when you delete one it asks you to replace it with a new one. This way you'd only have the swatches you need in your document and not 300; it's less risky for mistakes and less confusing. All the styles and graphics (shapes at least) will ...
Off the top of my head, if each layout consist of multiple pages (even just two) then it would be in your best interest to create a Master page for each layout. And only for the reason of each layout needing it's own color theme. Now if each layout is only 1 page, the it doesn't really help the workflow to have individual Master pages. In this case, I would ...
Make certain the Document Color Mode is set to CMYK as well before doing any of this (File > Document Color Mode > CMYK color) Select all.... Click the Create Color Group button at the bottom of the Swatch Panel In the pop up dialog for the color group, make certain Convert Process to Global is checked. You will then have swatches for all ...
Why do you need to convert to CMYK? You could view them in "recolor artwork" and see the values but you can also sample the colors and add them to your swatch. Or you just can change the document color mode to CMYK under the edit menu.
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