Since CMYK is so dependent on paper, printing method, and inks, consider 
keeping future graphics in RGB from the outset and use a printer that 
does in-RIP conversion of RGB --> CMYK.  You can set the colour 
rendering intent in each graphic, or simply specify perceptual rendering 
for the entire which is good enough for most everyday non-critical 
colour jobs.

As content gets re-used in many different contexts these days, your are 
future proofing your graphics by NOT storing them in CMYK.

Regards,
Hedley

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