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There are 2 Coated Euroscale colour options for saving your images. Euroscale Working CMYK Euroscale CMYK What is the difference and which should I use for prepress preparation of images for litho print? Thanks, Tim Gray...

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    Default Working CMYK in Euroscale Coated

    There are 2 Coated Euroscale colour options for saving your images.

    Euroscale Working CMYK
    Euroscale CMYK

    What is the difference and which should I use for prepress preparation of images for litho print?

    Thanks,

    Tim Gray
    Tim_Gray@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Working CMYK in Euroscale Coated

    There are 2 Coated Euroscale colour options for saving your images.

    Euroscale Working CMYK
    Euroscale CMYK

    What is the difference and which should I use for prepress preparation of images for litho print?

    Thanks,

    Tim Gray
    Tim_Gray@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Working CMYK in Euroscale Coated

    For years now Photoshop has come with two Euroscale profiles. One is called "Euroscale Coated v2" and the other is called "Euroscale Uncoated v2"

    If they are missing from your Photoshop Color Profile list then your install is suspect to me.

    From time to time I come across different Euroscale profiles from other sources. They have similar, but different names.

    Gary Smith
    iGary@adobeforums.com Guest

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