Mike, again, thank you. I've placed the GRACoL 2006 ICC profile in its proper place on my Mac. But when does it come into play? For instance, when I'm exporting to PDF and I choose "Options" at the bottom of the Export window, I can choose the PDF/X-1a. So far so good. But is there some place that I'm supposed to enter - or see a menu item for - GRACoL 2006? If, while still in the Export window, I choose "Color" in the left hand menu, I don't see GRACoL in either of the pull down menus. I only see Mode: Composite and Setup: defaults to "Composite CMYK and Spot".MikeWenzloff wrote: ↑21 Mar 2019, 18:58Hello back at you...
I highly recommend using a PDF generated from QuarkXPress versus exporting to a JPG file.
Another of the three files is the GRACoL 2006 ICC profile. I don't know whether you already have this profile. I included it just in case you don't have it. I also don't know what OS you use as to installation procedures. I use Windows. So in Windows you can extract the ICC profile to your desktop. Then select it, right-click on it and choose Install...
The other file in the ZIP is an output profile (it's an XML file type). Moo wants a PDF/X-1a type of PDF, and using the GRACoL ICC color profile. This is how this output profile is set up. But it depends on the GRACoL profile being installed. You can import this color profile into QXP and it will be all set up properly for exporting to PDF and choosing this PDF output profile.
If the above makes sense, you're all set. However, if you need any help, please feel free to ask questions and we can help you.
Take care, Mike
So what I'm not understanding is where this GRACoL profile is supposed to play a role in my process.
Might you know what I'm missing?