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    profile target print from rip or corel X5

    Hi, I would like to ask what is correct way to to print corel X5 CMYK profiling target.
    I'm using xerox docu color dc250 and corel x5.

    Since corel X5 does not allow to turn off color management and I use RIP I'm puzzled as how to print with no color management ?

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    ISO Coated v2 Or Coated Fora 39

    I don't know your standard

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    On Corel X5 you need to select that the colour is controlled by printed and in ColorWise (If you have the Docucolor with Fiery) do you must select on CMYK flow ColorWise NO

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    Corel X5 / Save As / PDF (PDF preset - Prepress) and printing PDF with Adobe Reader.

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    standard file ok

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