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Old 28-06-2004, 15:33
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Yes, I could do what you suggest, manually, but I'd prefer to use some script, if it's possible.... I can, via Tools ->Color Managment , turn on the highlight colors out of gamut, and then see on the screen that many of the swatches are indeed out of printer gamut.

Here's what I'm looking at- 64 charts, each chart has 4,096 squares and some of these charts have over half of the color swatches out of gamut! That's too much mousing around to select all those swatches to delete them!! Then, this is the heart of the question- is there some coding/ script or VB I can use to automatically select and delete these highlighted swatches?

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