Where Are the Pantone GOE Libraries and Documentation for Creative Suite 4?
Answered by Jay Nelson, Editor and Publisher, Design Tools Monthly
I've installed Adobe Creative Suite 4, but it seems like some important items are missing -- like the documentation and the Pantone GOE color libraries! Do you know where I can get them?
Adobe Creative Suite 4 does not include the Pantone GOE color libraries. If you upgraded to the Creative Suite 4 applications and plan to work with the GOE color matching system, you can download the swatch libraries from Pantone.

The GOE digital libraries include GOE coated, uncoated, and GoeBridge color libraries for InDesign and Illustrator CS and newer, along with Photoshop 7 and higher.

You'll need a free myPantone account to download the GOE libraries and myPantone palettes. Get them at http://www.tinyurl.com/58l25e.

As for the documentation, you'll be happy to discover that Adobe does have the documentation online, but it's about as easy to find as the Pantone GOE libraries are. Thankfully, the great folks at CreativeTechs.com have provided helpful links to read or download the documentation for each application in Adobe Creative Suite 4, at http://www.tinyurl.com/6djsyw.

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