One way would be to convert the Mode to RGB, and then add a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer, with Colorize checked. You can add many Adjustment Layers, and with Layer Masks, limit their influence to just segments of the logo.
Another would be to separate out the elements (if they are not currently on separate Layers), and use them as guides to reproduce in Color, say with creating a Path for some elements, and then Stroking/Filling with Color on a new Layer. When done, one would Delete the original Layers, leaving only the new color ones.
Good luck, and I am sure that others will have more ideas for you,
I'm confused as to what part of the problem you are stuck on. When you say that you have successfully changed the text, does that mean you have already defined your PMS spot channel in the Channels panel/palette?
I am creating a flyer that has text and three logos. I was able to figure out how to change the text color from black to blue. I was also able to figure out how to copy and paste the logos into the flyer. However, what I have not been able to do is change the logos from black to the same blue as the text. I was able to input a PMS number for the text and when I try the logo color change it doesn't stick. If I did define my PMS Spot Channel then I did it by accident
PSB Mktg wrote:
...If I did define my PMS Spot Channel then I did it by accident
You can tell if you have defined it by looking at your Channels palette. I would wager that it is not there based on your description.
As you have the suite, you might look at using Illustrator for logos. Photoshop is rarely used for logos.
Thanks. I will try the link and will look into creating it in Illustrator - had tried that once before, but thought maybe PS would be easier...man, I have a lot to learn. Do you know of an "Adobe Book for Dummies" or other classes that I might try - I hate to keep posting stupid questions on the forum that I am sure everyone knows the answer to.
I recommed both the Adobe Classroom in a Book for Photoshop, and for Illustrator, Adobe Press. Both are excellent, and will step you though most features, and how to use them, plus why you would use them, for both programs.