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PANTONE 2192 C Find it in google only! i can't find in illustrator CS6 ?
Can add PANTONE 2192 C to color book in illustrator?

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 19, 2017 Sep 19, 2017
Yousef,Here is an updated version of the suggestions in my post #2:You may get the Pantone Color Manager, which is free when you use the serial number in your printed swatches book, (on the second or third page) and then choose the library you need.Or you may download the free 30 day trial of the Pantone Color Manager and add the libraries from there, see how here and here:http://www.pantone.com/help/?t=activating-PANTONE-Color-Manager-in-%27trial-mode%27https://www.pantone.com/help/?t=How-to-Export-PANTONE-Libraries-from-PANTONE-Color-Manager

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Use the Pantone Color Manager to add it.

The Color Manager is free when you have a recent printed swatches book.

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Yousef,

You may get the Pantone Color Manager, which is free when you use the serial number in your printed swatches book (on the second or third page), and then choose the library you need.

Or you may download the free 30 day trial of the Pantone Color Manager and add the libraries from there.

Here is where to put them:

C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Illustrator CC 2015\Presets\en_US\Swatches.

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There is no demo version.

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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Are these answers still valid? For all the $$$ that we pay every month to have CC, can't Adobe negotiate with Pantone to make these colors available? What happens AFTER 30 days if you install the 30 day free trial and add the libraries? They disappear?

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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The Pantone Color Manager doesn't exist anymore.

 

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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Okay. No surprise there. So what are we supposed to do NOW when we choose a color out of a printed Pantone swatchbook and discover that it cannot be found in any of the color books inside the applications? Sure, we can use the CMYK formula equivalent, but doesn't anyone need to work with spot colors that they can depend upon within Illustrator any more?

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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If you want to print a spot color, then you create a new spot color, adjust it any way you like and name it like in the swatches book.

 

The color doesn't need to look like in the swatches book. It helps if it does, but it doesn't need to. The press people pour the ink in their machine and then they print your job.

 

Ghent Work Group has just had a webinar about it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj2v85wXKyA

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Yes. Thank you for your replies and I'll take a look. But why should we have to resort to some kind of workaround (kludge) when it could ... simply ... work. Gracefully. It used to. But I ask too much. < s i g h >

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Yousef,

Here is an updated version of the suggestions in my post #2:

You may get the Pantone Color Manager, which is free when you use the serial number in your printed swatches book, (on the second or third page) and then choose the library you need.

Or you may download the free 30 day trial of the Pantone Color Manager and add the libraries from there, see how here and here:

http://www.pantone.com/help/?t=activating-PANTONE-Color-Manager-in-%27trial-mode%27

https://www.pantone.com/help/?t=How-to-Export-PANTONE-Libraries-from-PANTONE-Color-Manager

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