The Substitute Colors feature is used to map a color in a job to a different color in the printed output.
Color substitutions affect only text, vector graphics, and line art. They have no effect on raster images.
When a color is defined as a substitute color, the settings for an RGB color (such as RGB Source) or CMYK color (such as CMYK/Grayscale Source) have no effect. The color is converted with a process similar to spot color conversion.
Using the Substitute Colors feature involves the following tasks:
Configure the Substitute Color values in Command WorkStation.
Print a document with the Substitute Colors print option turned on.