this is from the Corel Help inside the program:
Although you cannot create images in Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo using the CMYK model, you can produce color separations that can be printed on CMYK printers. There are two ways to do this: You can split the images into CMYK channels, or you can print color separation pages.
CMYK channels are simply four separate grayscale images that represent the percentage and location of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black in the image. For more information about working with color channels, see "Using color channels".
When you print CMYK separations, Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo prints a separate grayscale page for each primary color. You can then use these pages as â€œcolor platesâ€ when working with a printing service. For more information about CMYK color separations, see "Printing CMYK color separations."
at 3:00 PM on Oct. 31, 2008