Where is the overprint function for an entire color ?

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guillaume.web
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Where is the overprint function for an entire color ?

Post by guillaume.web » 02 Jun 2017, 10:22

Hi,

Excuse my english, I'm french...

In previous version of Xpress, we were able to assign to one entire color the "overprint" function (surimpression in french).
But, in the 2015 version, impossible to find it.

Yes, it's possible to assign the overprint to a color WITH an object, but not for the entire color.

Do you have any idea of how to do this please ?

Thank you.

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MikeWenzloff
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Re: Where is the overprint function for an entire color ?

Post by MikeWenzloff » 02 Jun 2017, 10:58

Hello,

The choice to overprint is on the Color palette...I don't have 2015 installed anymore and only have 2017 on this laptop, but it should be the same on 2015 as far as I recall.
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