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    Does anyone have a work around for this error msg in Acrobat - Could not complete your request because a color was specified using an unsupported color space?

    I was sent a pdf that I need to separate as 2 colors, K & 201. When I print the seps I'm getting a 4 color process. There's an imbedded PS image that when I try to edit from the pdf I get the above error message.
    I have a feeling something very, very simple is eluding me.

  • #2
    Make a copy of the file first

    In Object Editing - go to properties>colour> and convert the profile to something that is supported.

    Open it in Photoshop and make it a two colour the way you need it.

    "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott

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    • #3
      You can also do a Preflight Report on the colour spaces used - to find out what profile that image on that page is using.

      I'd also make sure both Acrobat and Photoshop are up to date.

      "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott

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      • #4
        You are pretty much my hero Hank! Thanks!

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