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'''Monochromatic print''' (''black&white, black/white, b/w'') is a print using black ink only ('''K''' of [[CMYK]]).
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'''Monochromatic print''' (''black&white, black/white, b/w'') is a print using black process ink only ('''K''' of [[CMYK]]).
  
 
On white paper this will allow for white / black / shades of grey tones. [[Rich black]] will '''not''' be available.
 
On white paper this will allow for white / black / shades of grey tones. [[Rich black]] will '''not''' be available.
  
 
If [[Pantone]] blacks are used, the print will not be referred to as as ''monochromatic''.
 
If [[Pantone]] blacks are used, the print will not be referred to as as ''monochromatic''.

Revision as of 15:32, 25 January 2011

Monochromatic print (black&white, black/white, b/w) is a print using black process ink only (K of CMYK).

On white paper this will allow for white / black / shades of grey tones. Rich black will not be available.

If Pantone blacks are used, the print will not be referred to as as monochromatic.