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Hi all! I need to convert 2 cmyk codes to pantone codes. I'm a newbie so i haven't bought the books yet. Can anyone help me please? The codes are: * c79 m38 y0 k76 and * c0 m79 y100 k0 Thanks in advance for all the help you can give me!...

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    Default converting colors cmyk-pantone

    Hi all!
    I need to convert 2 cmyk codes to pantone codes. I'm a newbie so i haven't
    bought the books yet.
    Can anyone help me please?

    The codes are:
    * c79 m38 y0 k76
    and
    * c0 m79 y100 k0

    Thanks in advance for all the help you can give me!

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    NewNada Guest

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    Hi,
     

    With Photoshop you can get following Pantone Colors:
     

    NOTE!

    - FreeHand shows Pantone Coloros on screen very inaccurately.
    - Check FreeHand Color settings in prefernces. Always use KDS for print jobs.
    - Calculated color value (cmyk/pantone) may be the closest technically but it does not necessarily look the best - or closest.
    - Get the Pantone Color Guides if you make designs for paying customers. One print job with wrong colors is more expensive than the Guides.

    Jukka
    Armadillo Guest

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    Thanks for all Jukka! It was really helpfull.
    NewNada Guest

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