13 Comments

  1. Glenn Hanna

    Thank you for showing the "printed" files. I've watched several videos on color separation where the video ends without showing what the actual print would look like. I've been manually separating colors into multiple artworks based on spot color, change each spot artwork to black, and then print each artwork. So hearing that I didn't have to do these extra steps, I can just use color separation on one file with all my spot colors, I watch youtube and want to see the actual result to confirm I get the exact same result. So thanks again!

  2. Arvin Tiongco

    The ouput mode is not showing up when I choose adobe postscript file

  3. Makai Dinamling

    I can't change my settings on output. Whats wrong? Help pls

  4. Nikki Nicken

    When doing this my printer is not showing up under the ppd. How do you get your printer to show up there?

  5. Pete Currington

    I chose Adobe Postscript, but I still can't change the mode

  6. Sweeney Enterprises

    Thank you for this video. Just did my first printout, without separation but followed the process and it made thing so easy.

  7. Abid Khan

    how to make a 4 color or more color job separation for offset printing in coreldraw

  8. JOHN EAST

    when i try this it didnt show the save file.. how to view? what software did you use?

  9. Hayley Novak

    Extremely helpful! I was messing with my printer for hours before I found this video!

  10. steveparagonprints

    the red is not underbase there for it defeats the purpose of having an underlay you would have to hit the red twice

  11. Sekushii Adamina

    I followed your instructions to change the printer type to Adobe Postscript file, but the out put mode is still greyed out. I can't select it.

  12. Publiplay C.A.

    fine but as I print the color separation and not in black

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