Working with images and swatches


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Working with images and swatches

Regardless of where your documents are going to be viewed, you want them to look their best, and of course you want your output to be consistent and predictable. You can get a wide range of results from the same document when you output to interactive PDF and Adobe DPS, especially if you're working with files that were originally created for print. Let's take a look. As we saw in an earlier movie, you can select an intent for a document, either Print, Web, or Digital Publishing. This intent will determine the color space used by the swatches and the Transparency blend space.

If you have a document with Print intent it will have CMYK swatches and use CMYK blend space. If you have a document with Web or Digital Publishing intent, it will have RGB swatches and use RGB blend space. And you won't see any major color shifts if you output to your intended media. But what if you have a document that mixes RGB and CMYK, like a document that was created with Print intent and contains RG...

Working with images and swatches
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Working with images and swatches provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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