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I was wondering what the majority uses for rich black. I have an ad with a rich black background (C-40, K-100). My type is reverse/white and at it smallest is 12pt. It will be printed at 150 lpi. I'm wondering if I should add the other two undercolours....

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    I was wondering what the majority uses for rich black. I have an ad with a rich black background (C-40, K-100). My type is reverse/white and at it smallest is 12pt. It will be printed at 150 lpi.

    I'm wondering if I should add the other two undercolours.
    Michael_Savage@adobeforums.com Guest

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    You'll get a hundred different answers from a hundred different people.
    The only person you should ask is the printer.

    Bob

    Robert_Levine@adobeforums.com Guest

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