I have Illustrator 9 on a Mac and am attempting to create Web images with it. I normally work right in ImageReady and Photoshop, but this particular client is an Adobe Illustrator illustrator, so that is how I got his files. Problem is, every which way I try I cannot get the images out of there without the colors shifting drastically. I tried opening in PS, copying into PS, saving for the Web - both gif and jpg; nothing works. Interestingly when I just open the file it evidently isn't even displaying correctly because I see almost black when he says the color is a dark green. If I make it look green to me, then save it as a gif, then it becomes much lighter green. He's using Illustrator 8 on a Mac and can save in Illustrator as a jpg and the colors will stay true. When I save as a jpg, the colors fade and get dirty looking. He doesn't like the way it looks when we save as a gif because he uses gradients, but saving as a gif changes the colors as well anyway. I know my biggest problem is he's used to dealing with print and so it wants absolute perfection, so the best I can offer is to make it look good on his monitor and he'll think it looks good for everyone. But I can't even get close. Is there a really bad color bug in Illustrator 9 that perhaps was corrected with version 10? Or is there another workaround. Your help is much appreciated. Thank you. Kathy -- SITE-etc Instant Site Enhancements 831.335.7118 http://www.SITE-etc.com Enabling and empowering your business. Simply. Affordably.