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How to verify the space color (RGB or CMYK) of an placed image in Designer


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I received some PDF files with images. I need to import/place these PDFs into an Designer file (CMYK).

How can I be sure that the images are all CMYK?

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Hi @FernandoRosa,

Only way i can see to do this, select the placed PDF and click on Edit Document on the Context Toolbar along the top and then click View>Resource Manager and you'll be able to check the colour space of the images.

If you go straight for Resource Manager without selecting the placed PDF and clicking on Edit Document, it will just tell you the colour space of the PDF and not the images inside it.

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