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Need help downloading 3DAP as required for me to print PDF for a magazine - no colour folder

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Apr 22, 2020

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I'm working on a full page print for a magazine and in their printing specs they mentioned: 

 

Materials accepted in PDF format only. All PDF files should becreated using 3dap distiller settings, which can be obtained from http://www.3dap.com.au/creating.html 

I've downloaded this but the instructions tell me in the "Initial Set up of Adobe Applications for 3DAPv3 workflow" that i need to move the 3 files into:

Windows: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Color\Settings\Recommended -- However when i go into C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\ -- there's no colour folder there.

 

Does anyone know what i need to do to create a colour folder in my common files?

Thank you in advance

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Need help downloading 3DAP as required for me to print PDF for a magazine - no colour folder

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Apr 22, 2020

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I'm working on a full page print for a magazine and in their printing specs they mentioned: 

 

Materials accepted in PDF format only. All PDF files should becreated using 3dap distiller settings, which can be obtained from http://www.3dap.com.au/creating.html 

I've downloaded this but the instructions tell me in the "Initial Set up of Adobe Applications for 3DAPv3 workflow" that i need to move the 3 files into:

Windows: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Color\Settings\Recommended -- However when i go into C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\ -- there's no colour folder there.

 

Does anyone know what i need to do to create a colour folder in my common files?

Thank you in advance

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