Adds a separation color to the document.
A separation color has a name and an equivalent color in the CMYK color space. If the document is viewed the CMYK color will be used. If the document is printed to an image setter a separation with the specified name will be generated.
The values of the color parameters range from 0 to 1, with 0 indicating 0% and 1 indicating 100% of the color.
function TDebenuPDFLibrary1511.AddSeparationColor(ColorName: WideString; C, M, Y,
K: Double; Options: Integer): Integer;
Function DebenuPDFLibrary1511.PDFLibrary::AddSeparationColor(ColorName As String,
C As Double, M As Double, Y As Double, K As Double,
Options As Long) As Long
int DPLAddSeparationColor(int InstanceID, wchar_t * ColorName, double C, double M,
double Y, double K, int Options)
|ColorName||The name of the separation color, for example "PANTONE 403 EC". This can be any name you want, but is usually set to the name of a specific spot color that your printing press will know what to do with.|
|C||The cyan component of the color equivalent to the spot color|
|M||The magenta component of the color equivalent to the spot color|
|Y||The yellow component of the color equivalent to the spot color|
|K||The black component of the color equivalent to the spot color|
|Options||This parameter is ignored and should be set to 0|
|0||The separation color could not be added. The color name may already have been used.|
|1||The separation color was added successfully|