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  1. Hi All, Preface: My color preferences are set to identical settings in both Designer and Photo. Problem: I'm having some issues with color difference when I send a file from Designer to Photo. My CMYK files that I have designed in Designer open in Photo differently. I've used the sample tool to confirm that colors are indeed coded differently. The black is most noticeable: I design with 60, 40, 40, 100 and when I open in Photo I get 75, 71, 65, 80 Additionally, I have never been able to get Designer to store 60, 40, 40, 100 as one of my CMYK settings. I always have to punch it when I need it. Does anyone else experience these problems? Thanks in advance for your help on this -A
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