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Soft Proof Color - Adobe Acrobat tutorial


Nothing`s more frustrating to a print designer than seeing the wrong colors in a document after it`s been printed. Thanks to the soft-proofing features of Acrobat 6 Professional, you can preview the PDF version of your project onscreen before committing time and money to ink and paper.
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