Hello, I guess you could say that I'm new to graphic design, as I've just secured my first full-time design position. I've just designed my first publication and that went to the printers over the weekend, but I'm still new to the printing process, colours etc. I do want to do a good job and believe that pantones is the way forward in assuring that I have the correct colours, and that everything matches up. I've done some research and found that InDesign, which I primarily use, has lots of pantone swatches but I am unsure which ones are best to use. It's a little bit overwhelming. I think it would probably be good to stick with european colours, as I am in the UK. Please tell me if that is wrong. So some suggestions on which ones to use, or a good way of breaking in to using them would be helpful. Another question I have is, what to do if I am trying to match a colour exactly with someones logo. I have been doing this a lot in order to have a particular page themed in the same colour as the company it is designed for. I've been colour picking from photoshop and inputing the numbers in to InDesign manually. Last question would be that should I be converting everything that I place in to InDesign (photographs, logos, etc) to CMYK first or does that not matter. Sorry if this has been covered in another post, but I couldn't find exactly what I wanted to ask. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks, Dan.