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Hi,

Our designer has designed flayers in InDesign and Photoshop but whenever he exports it into PDF and we try to print (his machine or any pther) the colours are very different.

He uses CMYK colour space and it's also exported like that into PDF.

System used OSX 10.7 Lion, latest CS6
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Thanks for the article. The answer wasn't there but it prompted me to look through the advanced menu when printing where I found "print as image" option. Disabling it enabled further options and the prints came out as they supposed to.
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