OK, Save As PDF was the trick.  Thanks.  Now most of the images work fine.
 The rest require a conversion of process to spot color changes in

On Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 7:46 PM, Ed Nodland <enodl...@gmail.com> wrote:

> This seems like it should be simple and done routinely by many others.
> I have an image of a flammable substance label.  It has a pantone red, a
> pantone yellow, and black. I want to use the image in a Framemaker document
> that will be sent for commercial printing using "Spot Color" not process
> printing.  How can I accomplish this?
> The image is an Illustrator file. I save the file to PDF, load it into
> Frame 10, save the Frame file as PDF, open in acrobat pro and use Advanced
> > Print Production > Output Preview to see that the image is a mix of CMYK
> not my spot pantone colors.
> I also suspect that the image saved from Illustrator as a PDF format
> should display the spot colors but it does not. So the problem/solution
> might start there.
> Ed Nodland

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