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General (PDF output)

Here are various switches for special cases:

Separate RGB -> CMYK
If this switch is set, then all RGB colours of your document that are not part of a raster graphic will be separated to CMYK on output. During this the current Calamus colour separation control curves will be taken into account.
Black overprint
If this switch is set on, all black colour information from vector based objects (text, lines, raster areas, vector graphics) will be output to PDF as if the write mode of the colour was transparent. Then e.g. a yellow area will not be cut out by black text but stays intact and the black text will be simply printed over it.
Single page output
Chose this switch if you want a single PDF file for each document page. A four digit cypher will be added to your chosen output file name and count upwards. A four page Test.CDK will become e.g. Test0001.pdf, Test0002.pdf, Test0003.pdf, Test0004.pdf.
Type 1 \ Type 3 export
If the fonts used in the document are to be exported as well, they are embedded into the PDF file. This prevents you from forgetting fonts when passing on the PDF files, and also any accidental replacement of fonts by some other fonts directly in the RIP. At present PostScript supports two different font formats: Type 1 and Type 3. The Type 3 format was developed actually as an internal format only, just for embedding in PostScript files. The Type 1 format is the well known and widely used PostScript font format. Bridge can convert all fonts used in your document into one of these two formats during export.
If you have problems when processing PDF files with embedded Type 1 fonts, you should try the Type 3 format as an alternative. As a rule this allows fonts to be processed with far fewer problems, but they are not as easy to read when viewed on a screen as the Type 1 fonts mentioned above. No hinting is available for Type 3 fonts.
Attention: Calamus converts all fonts used into another format on output. If you use third party fonts rather than CFN fonts, they will be converted into the CFN format on loading, too. This double conversion can cause differences which might prove unacceptable in processing, printing and reading on-screen. This problem can only be worked around by outputting your text in vectorized format or by selecting another font.

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