by Julieanne Kost

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August 22, 2011

Last week I was reminded that when Photoshop CS5 shipped, it no longer had the ability to print with no color management (due to a variety of reasons). Since then, Adobe has released the Adobe Color Printer Utility to replace the No Color Management option. You can get additional information and download  this utility here:

Just as an FYI, the ability to print with no color management is primarily for people needing to print color targets for making printer profiles.


  • By Paul Holman - 2:58 AM on August 28, 2011  

    If you know anyone involved with developing ACPU give them a prod about getting it fixed to work properly on Windows systems please. It resizes targets and doesn’t print them centre page.
    This has been moaned about on the Adobe forums since it was released and northing’s been done as yet to fix it.

    I really hope we see the NCM option back in PS CS6.

  • By Eduardo Nunez - 8:38 PM on March 31, 2012  

    It would be great to have the No Color Management option back. It was so easy to work and print icc profiles. How many people do we need to have asking for this in order for Adobe to fix the situation?