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Or, if you're just using spot color, use Pantone colors... if you have a swatch, it doesn't matter what the color looks like on your monitor, since you know how it will look when printed.
Tracy Boyington tracy_boyington -at- okcareertech -dot- org
Oklahoma Department of Career & Technology Education
Stillwater, OK http://www.okvotech.org/cimc
>>> "Dick Margulis" <margulis -at- mail -dot- fiam -dot- net> 09/21/00 01:08PM >>>
Real documents are read in varying light conditions, and paper documents are never going to match what is on your monitor. So why not just print the darned thing and look at it to decide if you need to adjust colors.