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Converting at Print Time

Photoshop lets you perform color conversions as it sends the data to a printer—converting from the working space to a selected printer profile using a selected rendering intent, or from the document space to your Proof Setup space using the rendering intent in Proof Setup, and then to the printer profile using the intent you specify while printing.

The latter lets you print an RGB file to a composite printer and make it simulate the CMYK output you've been soft-proofing—that is, it gives you a hard copy of your soft-proofed image without your having to first convert the image to final output CMYK. The Print with Preview command lets you exercise either of these options.


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