Export to Adobe Indesign

It could be useful to use the same Color Table with your page layout software and other software in your color workflow.

1. Import your table

The first thing to do is to drag and drop your color table in Coraye or to perform a file / Open to select your color table.

Coraye is compatible with .cxf, .aco, .acb, .ase, .csv, etc ...

2. Export the table to Adobe Indesign format

Indesign is compatible with Adobe Color Table formats .ase

In the Coraye software, select your color table in the left column, then right click to select "Export".

A new window appears Select the ".ase Adobe Creative" icon

Give a name before saving your file (for example: My Color Table.ase)

3. Import into Adobe Indesign

Indesign supports .ase format to import colors in its spot color tables.

Open Indesign. Open the Swatches panel by selecting Windows > Colors > Swatches.

Head over to the hamburger dropdown and click Load Swatches.

Browse to select your color Table (.ase), then click on Open

Colors from you Color Table will be add into the current Swatches Book.

Now, spot colors are ready to be used in your page layout.

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