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Does Publisher guarantee that the files will be Print Ready / Flightchecked / Approved facility?

When I use InDesign I can Flightcheck my work to see if there are any errors before sending to commercial printing factory.

For example:

I may have accidentally added a few RGB photos in among the CYMK photos linked 

Or there may be an ink knockout or overprint problem. Or I may have  spot colours among my CYMK colours.

Or a Typeface may have been corrupted  Or text overflow not showing

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Welcome to the forum!

There is no equivalent to the "flightcheck" feature yet.

There is an option you can set when exporting a PDF that will force all RGB images to CMYK if you need that.

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On 6/13/2019 at 7:23 PM, fde101 said:

Welcome to the forum!

There is no equivalent to the "flightcheck" feature yet.

There is an option you can set when exporting a PDF that will force all RGB images to CMYK if you need that.

It was really the issue of identifying offending images so that I could edit them myself

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Yes, we need a Preflight


Advertising designer - Austria —  Photo - Publisher - Designer — CS6 d&wP — Mac Pro 5,1 (4,1 2009) 48GB 2x X5690 - RX580 - 970EVO - OS X 10.14.6 - NEC2690wuxi2 - CD20"—  iPad Pro 12.9" gen1 128 GB - Pencil

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