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  1. Start a loose page output process.
  2. In the Start Process dialog box, click Color Mapping.
  3. In the Color Output dialog box, identify whether the colors are defined in the color database.
    • A colored square indicates a color is defined. If the color is in a user library, you can change its definition. If the color is in a factory library, you can make a copy of it in a user library and change the copy.
    • An  icon indicates a color that is not defined in any of the factory color libraries or in the user libraries selected in the Color Libraries area of the Spot Color Handling section of the refine process template that you are using.
    Tip: You can also select the color and read its description in the Color Information area.
     
  4. In the Page Color column, perform any of the following actions:

     

    ToDo This

    Add a new color

    1. Click a color that is not defined.
    2. Click Add.
    3. In the Select a Color Library dialog box, in the Add the color recipe <color> to the library list, select a library.
      The libraries available in the list are the user libraries selected in the Color Libraries area of the ColorConvert section of the process template that you are using.
    4. Select either Global or Job <job name> to determine whether the color is available to all jobs or only to the current job.
    5. Click OK.
    Edit an existing color
    1. Click a color that is defined.
    2. In the Color Information area, click the Page Color tab and click Edit.
  5. In the Color Editor, set the options for the selected color, and click OK.

 

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