By default, a tagged document will have its profile information embedded upon saving in a file format that supports embedded ICC profiles. Untagged documents are saved by default without embedded profiles.
You can specify whether or not to embed a profile as you save a document; you can also specify to convert colors to the proof profile space and embed the proof profile instead. However, changing the profile-embedding behavior is recommended only for advanced users who are familiar with color management.
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