On 2/4/08, Mike Wickham <mewickham at compuserve.com> wrote: > If you're on the Windows platform, and creating documents for press, EPS is > really the only way to go for color graphics. With every other graphics > format, Frame passes the graphics through the Windows GDI when creating > Postscript. CMYK graphics are converted to RGB in the process and colors may > change. EPS is passed around the Windows GDI and maintains original colors.
Slightly OT, but for comparison purposes -- does InDesign do this as well? Thanks. -- Milan Davidovic http://altmilan.blogspot.com http://stctorcomp.blogspot.com