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Topic: CMYK in Publisher 2002
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 76739
From: Frankrussell
Date: 11/19/2002 09:31 PM

i have used Publisher for many years with no problem to create magazine pages. I scan in pics in CMYK into Publisher and then create PDFs in Distiller and send to commercial printer to create 4-colour pages. I have just upgraded to Publisher 2002 and all CMYK scanned pics inserted into Publisher appear in Grayscale. However if I first insert pics into Word and then copy and paste into publisher the pics appear correctly. With RGB pics there is no problem.
I wonder if in the distant past I may have downloaded a CMYK converter for MS Publisher which may have been deleted when I upgraded. I have posted this question to the MS Publisher Newsgroup, but no help there.

Thanks

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