I have around 5 files, each with up to 70 pages, and each page has a gray line (outline color gray (30% black) in RGB mode. The printer has asked to convert everything to CMYK mode, , (before creating a pdf). I tried doing a find and replace, but this seems to only find objects on the current page, which does not really help me save time. I need it across the entire 70 page document. Is there any command to do this?i did a search on the forum and people mention macros or scripts but i have no idea how to use these, so if this is the solution, can someone help me with that?thanks in advance!p.s. I know it is possible to convert all to cmyk when creating the pdf but the printer requires ( for whatever their reason) that this be done within the document before i publish to pdf.
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It worked perfect for the gray outlines. But now I need to convert all my bimaps ( over a hundred), across 70 pages in the document, from RGB to CMYK. Is there any way to do that, other than one by one? ( the color convertor macro does not do bitmaps. There was a Turkish macro out there but it doesn't go across multiple pages). Again, thanks in advance!
Hello, this one can do it:
It's not free... (under 10.00 USD) but it can also sharpen too which is important. Plus... other important features. What about resolution? What about alpha channels? It was made for your exact situation. :-)
Jeff, thanks. Will it convert all bitmaps across many pages with one click/command?
• current page
• entire document
Yes, see Mek's image he posted in this thread. :-)
Jeff, i just purchased the macro and downloaded the files. I don't see a gms file, just an application file. It gave me the option to run but Windows put up a warning sign that my computer might be at risk. Do I run it anyway?what happens then?