Assign Profile and Convert to Profile


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Assign Profile and Convert to Profile

As I have mentioned in the last movie, it looks like you can choose color settings out of the Edit menu and change the current RGB and CMYK settings for the current document. This document that's open right now, but you really can't. These values only change the future documents that you create. So I am going to cancel out of there. Instead if you want to change the default RGB and CMYK settings for a document, you have to use either Assign Profile or Convert to Profile down here at the bottom of the Edit menu. Let's look at each of those in turn. Assign Profiles lets you tag your document with a different set of RGB and CMYK profiles. For example, I could change my RGB to something else other than SRGB or I could change my CMYK profile for this document from Web Coated to maybe Sheetfed Coated. I could even discard the profile of RGB or CMYK entirely although it is very, very rare that you would ever want to do that. Now assigning a new working space profile is like saying...

Assign Profile and Convert to Profile
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Assign Profile and Convert to Profile provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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InDesign
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