I have seen that many times here. We embed (copy) all of our images  
into our files.
When viewing an image with the color you describe, Makita Products  
are a prime example for us, we get a screaming bright bluish green  
teal color.
However, I have not had any problems when I distill my files. We  
leave the color settings to none in the color set up of the distiller.
Our images are mostly hi-res tif or eps.
Scott White
Media Production Manager
Implementation Coordinator
swhite at alamark.com

On Nov 14, 2006, at 4:09 PM, Shelly, Heather wrote:

> Hi Framers,
> I am wondering if any of you have experienced this issue and may be  
> able
> to help. I've searched the Master Series and the online Help and can't
> find what I am looking for.
> Running: FrameMaker 6.0 version 6.0p405 on Windows XP (SP2)
> Problem: A graphic artist sent me TIFF files to add to the Master  
> Pages
> of a template. When I view the TIFF files via other programs, they  
> look
> fine. When I pulled the TIFF files into the FrameMaker template  
> (copying
> the files into the Master Page; not referencing them), the color  
> blue in
> our logo and another graphic turns a bright, garish blue. The  
> resulting
> PDF files (after setting Distiller options to Leave Color Unchanged)
> also contain the overly bright blue color.
> The graphic artist usually works in other programs (like QuarkExpress,
> etc.) and has never seen this happen.
> Has anyone ever seen this before? If so, can you tell me what your
> resolution was?
> Thanks!
> Heather
> Thank you,
> Heather Shelly
> Information Development Specialist
> Content, Infrastructure and Architecture (CIA) Team
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