Kevin Gibson wrote:
> I would like to know if there are any new methods for converting RGB
> blue (R=0, G=0, B=255) in Frame to CMYK upon output to PDF or via
> Plug-in after the PDF is generated. We have been successfully
> sending PDFs with RGB blue hyperlinks to our print provider for B/W
> output via Docutech for years. During this time, the RGB blue was
> converted to a solid enough black through their internal processes
> that you could not notice a difference on paper.

We have been generating a PDF with blue hyperlinks to go on the 
installation CD and another with black hyperlinks for the book printer for 
years.

Just include a character format in the cross-reference format, then change 
its colour globally between Black and Blue.  Also include the char format 
on the TOC and IX reference pages and anywhere else you want a hyperlink 
to be either Black or Blue (without hitting it with a stick).

For example, 

        <l Link>?<$paratext>? on page\ <$pagenum></>

where </> is equivalent to <Default Para Font>.

Regards,
Hedley

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Hedley Finger
Technical Communications Tools & Processes Specialist
MYOB Australia <http://myob.com/au>
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