- Start a loose page output process.
- In the Start Process dialog box, click Color Mapping.
- In the Color Output dialog box, identify whether the colors are defined in the color database.
Tip: You can also select the color and read its description in the Color Information area.
- 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 Color Libraries area of the Spot Color Handling section of the refine process template that you are using. icon indicates a color that is not defined in any of the factory color libraries or in the user libraries selected in the
- In the Page Color column, perform any of the following actions:
To Do This
Add a new color
- Click a color that is not defined.
- Click Add.
- 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.
- Select either Global or Job <job name> to determine whether the color is available to all jobs or only to the current job.
- Click OK.
Edit an existing color
- Click a color that is defined.
- In the Color Information area, click the Page Color tab and click Edit.
- In the Color Editor, set the options for the selected color, and click OK.