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>===== Original Message From Grace Fielder <gfielder -at- typemaker -dot- co -dot- uk> =====
>I'm wondering how to go about obtaining permission to use a picture...I'm
>writing a manual for colour management and I want to use a certain
>illustration that I have seen in a book. In the book, it says (courtesy of
>X-rite, Inc) so where do I go from here if I want to use the picture in my
My first thought is that you should check for a website. It might have the
In fact, there is a www.x-rite.com for an X-Rite, Incorporated, and there is a
list of contacts there. If this is the correct one, then that is great.
Otherwise, you should contact the book's publisher and try to get the
information from them.