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Chapter 8. Understanding Colors and Chan... > Using the Selective Color Adjustment

Using the Selective Color Adjustment

The Selective Color adjustment is designed to give you the ability to add or subtract specific amounts of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black inks. An excellent tool for making adjustments to an image based on a color proof, or for adding/subtracting certain primary colors; based on information supplied by your printer.

Use the Selective Color Adjustment

Open an image.

Click the Image menu, point to Adjustments, and then click Selective Color.

Click the Colors list arrow, and then click the specific color to adjust.

Drag the Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black sliders to the right or left to decrease or increase the color values.

Click the Relative option to change the selected color using a percentage of the color's total ink.

Click the Absolute option to change the existing color using an absolute value of 1 to 100 percent.

Click OK.


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