separations in CS4
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- Date: Tue, 01 Dec 2009 14:57:49 -0800
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I've been away from printing for many months, working on an audio project.
In the meantime, I upgraded to CS4. My current problem is that I used to
make separation negatives from a RGB file. Now, as far as I can tell, CS4
makes me convert to CMYK before I can make separations. Am I doing
something wrong? Did CS4 hide the process as it did with some others
(making it impossible to switch between 0 to 255 ink and % ink in the curve
dialog for instance).
Any help is appreciated.
ps I did keep up with the messages while I was graphically inactive.
Yours Charles Portland OR