After writing the last blog on how to check a the colour modes within PDF I realised it might be helpful to explain how to then convert PDF colour mode using Acrobat Pro. So below is a guide to show you how to convert a PDF to one colour mode such as RGB or CMYK.
Using Acrobat Pro makes it fast and simple when you don't have the original file or to save exporting huge PDFs when converting with Photoshop... View More
Is this PDF RGB or CMYK? As designers and artworkers we have all heard this question and usually it's with a PDF we've never seen before or maybe you just simply can't remember. Well there's a quick way to check PDF colour mode with Acrobat Pro
Some of you may know this already but I wanted to post this as it's really straight forward and I've definitely seen people (and done it myself) spend so much time trying to find... View More
As mac users it is really frustrating that features and compatibility with PowerPoint seems to get worse over time rather than better especially since (as far as I'm aware) we pay the same as PC users for what is a reduced package. That being said it is the way it is unfortunately but I have some good news. After a lot of time searching for an answer I finally stumbled across a work-around which means we can once again... View More