Re: [Fwd: non repro blue]
Forwarded for a friend:
> A friend needs to submit a paper with the footnotes printed in
> non-reproducing blue, i.e. that color that won't appear if you run it
> through a copier. Does anyone know if you can print in that color from a
> standard word processing program, and if so, which color blue exactly is
Thanks in advance for your answers,
You can't in Word 97, because font color is limited to the 16-color palette, none of which are the right color, I suspect. The only light blue is actually cyan (or turquoise, as Word calls it). I don't know about later versions of Word -- they may have lifted that silly limitation.
I suspect any sufficiently light blue would work, though of course any non-repro color will reproduce just fine on a color copier.
Beth Friedman / bjf -at- wavefront -dot- com
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