I would like to know how to export a 2 color *.cdr creation (logo) as an *.eps such that it has two grey scale layers each representing the two spot colors I chose?
In reply to Ken Glaza:
As I said Ken, I don't know enough about PS to give you any solid advice about that program.
But I do know, you can do exactly as I outlined above.
Make sure your using a Pantone palette to insure you're only getting 2 plates (if you don't use spot colors, it's still possible t but it will involve a lot more work)
Select your postscript printer (if you don't have one, use Corel's default ps printer)
Go to the sep tab/pre-press tab and set your parameters
Then go back and Print (save to .ps file)
If you've set your 2 sep plates properly, when you import that .ps file back into Corel it will come in on 2 separate pages............one for each color.
From there, all you'd need to do is save each page as a separate eps file...............if that's what your printer requires.
Can he use a pdf as well?
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