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Pictures I scan is always in sRGB but I need CMYK quality

The default setting I have - Windows Color system is sRGB IEC61966-2.1 - can be changed, I can see that.
There is a lot of other profiles to choose from!!
What is compatible, i.e. give the result, to CMYK???
The printer's office demand my scanned pictures to be in CMYK (=black!!)

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Open the image in photoshop or Irfanview and convert it with the mode command to a cmyk file and save it.

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