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To: Free Framers <framers@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: How to generate color separated PostScript?
From: Jodoin Robert <Robert.Jodoin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Nov 1998 08:30:22 +0100
Hi you all! My documents usually contain CMYK pictures and artwork. When the day comes that they have to be printed, we send the FrameMaker files to a printing bureau, and they generate the color-separated PostScript for us, and eventually print the stuff in high-quality Offset printing. What I would like to achieve is this: I would like to be able to generate CMYK-separated PostScript myself, so that I do not have to rely on printing bureaus that have FrameMaker. Also, I would like to print the 4 pages C, M, Y, and K on my HP Laserjet 5SI MX for verification purposes, e.g. on DIN A4 paper. When I muck around with the "color Separation" button in the Printer dialog window, I get the message: "You must specify halftone screen parameters appropriate for the current printer". That's tough, because I have no idea what to do next. I use Frame 5.5 on Win95. Can anyone help me with this? Robert ** To unsubscribe, send a message to email@example.com ** ** with "unsubscribe framers" (no quotes) in the body. **