Discovering RGB and CMYK "gotchas"


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Discovering RGB and CMYK "gotchas"

When you create a new document inside of Illustrator, you could choose to use either the CMYK or the RGB color space. Now, Illustrator sometimes makes the decision on its own based on the kind of profile that you use. For example, if I choose to create a print document, Illustrator automatically knows to set that document's color mode to CMYK. However, when you choose to create a web document, for example, you can see that it's set to RGB. In fact since Illustrator 9 came out, you are only able to specify a single color mode for any document. So for example, just like in Photoshop where you can choose Image and then Color Mode and change your mode to RGB and CMYK, the same thing applies to Illustrator. You can create RGB and CMYK content in the same file.

Knowing that however, you do need to be aware of a few things. For example, I'm actually going to create a Web document. That means I'm currently going to be with my color mode set to RGB. I'll click OK and I can a...

Discovering RGB and CMYK "gotchas"
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Discovering RGB and CMYK "gotchas" provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Beyond the Basics

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