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Printing a pantone swatch.

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by g&eprinting, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. g&eprinting

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    Think I found it . Sort by rgb.

    Still don't look right..?
     
  3. scuba_steve2699

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    not quite sure what you are trying to do - are trying to setup a chart wit the Pantone colors?
     
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    In Flexi, open the Pantone palette you wish to work with. Go to View>Create Swatch>Current Palette. You will be able to choose the number of rows, columns, size of text labels, etc and create a custom, sequentially-numbered Pantone table for printing, etc.
     
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  6. g&eprinting

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    Yes with all the yellows in order then next color.

    Something where if I want to match a yellow I'm not jumping all over the place because they are not in order..

    What is the best order or number of rows I would need.?
     
  7. jfiscus

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    I can't see how that would be better than the correct numbered layout. "yellows" for instance sometimes go towards greens or oranges, etc. I would print it out in the correct numerical order; your eye should be able to find the correct color match easily enough.
     
  8. Banners Signs Etc.

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    your printer doesn't have a color chart? You could match your pantone swatches to it?
     
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