1 Do one of the following:
• In Windows and Mac OS 9.x, choose Edit > Color Settings, and select Advanced Mode.
• In Mac OS X, choose Photoshop > Color Settings, and select Advanced Mode.
2 Create a custom working space profile. (See "Creating custom RGB profiles" on page 120, "Creating custom CMYK profiles" on page 121, or "Creating custom grayscale and spot-color profiles" on page 125.)
3 Under Working Spaces, choose Save Color Space from the appropriate menu.
4 Name and save the profile. (See "Obtaining, installing, and updating color profiles" on page 116 for the recommended location to save the profile.)
To access a saved profile, you may need to load it or restart Photoshop. If you do not save a custom profile, it will be stored only in the custom color settings file of which it is a part and will not be available as a profile option in the Color Settings dialog box.
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