The CMYK color model is the combination of the four process colors used within the typical offset printing process and is used to describe the printing process itself. The printing process involves combining varying amounts of the different color inks to produce a full spectrum of color. CMYK stands for cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y), and black (K for “key”).
How to use a CMYK color chart?
People need the CMYK color chart is needed for printing. The RGB color model, which stands for Red, Green, and Black, would be inefficient for specific printing purposes because inks of three colors would have to be mixed to get white, which is usually the most dominant color for a document containing text.
Paper is already white, and so, it makes no sense to waste three inks to get something that you already have. If people used the RGB color system in printing, huge amounts of ink would be consumed unnecessarily. So the CMYK color system is the right solution for this. Cyan and magenta can be combined to yield blue, magenta, and yellow when combined gives you red and yellow when mixed with cyan results in green.
After downloading this sample chart and filling in the blanks, you can easily customize the style, typography, details, and appearance of your CMYK color chart. If this isn't the right document that you are looking for, then certainly take a look at the other letters that Bizzlibrary.com has to offer. We have many letters ranging from cover letters to business letters and thank you notes.
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