Using the CMYK sliders for print output


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Using the CMYK sliders for print output

In this exercise I'm going to show you how to dial in custom colors using cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, the CMYK sliders so that you have a little bit of passing knowledge in that department, and you can figure out how to color an object green for example, or purple or whatever. And before we do that, though I want you to note, I'm working here inside the Ton-po shapes.ai file that's available to you inside of the 05_Fill_strokes folder. And if you go to the File menu and you choose Document Color Mode, you'll notice that I'm working in CMYK color. Illustrator asks you to make a choice whether you're going to print, in which case you want to be working with CMYK color, or whether you're going to screen or you're going to be creating a presentation or you're going to film output or something along those lines, in which case you want to work with RGB color.

We're doing print, so we're going to stick with CMYK right here. Then I'm goin...

Using the CMYK sliders for print output
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Using the CMYK sliders for print output provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS3 One-on-One: The Essentials

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