You can do this with the Ink Manager, which is accessed from the flyout menu in the Swatches panel, or from the Export dialog during output to PDF.
thank you for reply, but i've been already there in Ink manager windows before i've moved here to the forum for ask ... But in ink manager i am able only to switch the pantone color to cmyk nad this is not…
Sorry, I misunderstood your request.
You can choose not to print the spot color plate when making separations, but if you have a spot channel in an imported image, or other spot colored objects not set to overprint, you will probably have holes in your file where the spot color should have been.
The bottom line here is you should remake the file without the spot color if you don't want to use it and you don't want convert it to process.
Ok... i understand to overprint process... i have spot color (pantone) in imported image because of preparation to partial varnish... but i'm wondering how can i export the indesign document to pdf without the spot color which recolores my design recolored and i can't it send to customer...
Only way how can i figure out is to delete spot channel in photoshop? This is very annoying and useless prosess
i look at this threat:
and there is some answer to my question!
I have maked a problem when i set the spot color in photoshop for parcial with some pantone pink color! and this was the problem! I haven't known that i can set white spot color (lab color) and use it in indesign invisible nad in exported pdf too!!! this is what i exactly want!