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    Andy Lang commented  · 

    I can't find your comment that I received in an email: "Please refer to this article : http://successfulfashiondesigner.com/tutorials/where-are-the-pantone-colors-in-adobe-illustrator/.
    It works the same way for InDesign as well."

    You are missing the point. I know how to find Pantone Colors in InDesign. The problem is that the Pantone color book that is delivered with the recent Adobe software is outdated and is missing colors that Pantone has added a few years ago. A professional design software like InDesign should always have the most recent Pantone Color book.

    Andy Lang commented  · 

    "InDesign ships its own Pantone Color Books" this is the problem. InDesign should be updated with the current Pantone Color Book swatches. Isn't Adobe working together with Pantone to do this?

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