I am using Adobe Illustrator to design and layout a my webpage. Now that I am happy with it I would like to take it into adobe imageready, and chop it up into slices.
My problem is that I created the original design using CYMK and when I place the image in adobe imageready it converts to RGB and doesn't look right (a bit pale and the colours are all slightly off).
I have found a work around that can produce the correct colours in imageready:
Display image in Illustrator at the correct target size (use zoom control)
press "print screen" button on keyboard
go into image ready and paste from the clipboard.
This looks much better *however* it is not very convenient since you can only take a screen grab of what's actually showing on the screen! Also, due to the way that Illustrator scales images for screen display, there are inconsistencies in some of the stroke widths and so on.
Can anyone tell me a way to place CMYK images from illustrator without this palava?