Hi guys! Ok I'm not a designer or printer, but I've designed a logo for our small company and have been in discussions with our printers. Part of it is white and red text on a blue background. They have asked me to produce a high-res image file of the logo (not a problem) but I need to 'knockout' the colour under the red to ensure no overprint. Also, because we have another logo to use over which we have no control, we need to use CMYK rather than pantone (apparently_) Unfortunately, I haven't got any professional graphics/design software lying around (!) so have been using microsoft publisher 2013 which is probably lacking in functionality. Does anyone know of any way to 'knockout' using publisher? If not is there any way I can produce what they need without forking out for expensive software? Thanks for any help in advance!