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Hi,

I'm new to Affinity designer, so apologies if this is obvious.

I've created some documents for print - having set them up as CMYK/8.   I then export them to pdf using the export command (Not rasterized).

However, when I send them to my print company they say that they aren't CMYK.  Is there a way to check? I thought that if a document was created as CMYK, that colour setting would pass through to the PDF?

Any guidance would be welcome,

Thanks,

Dan

 

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18 hours ago, GabrielM said:

If you import that PDF back to Designer, you should see the colour space Document Setup > Colour. Alternatively, you can attach it here and we can have a look. 

@dhb it's a good tip but you must remeber to select "estimate" in "colour space" field while importing

 

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