Graphics Programs Reference
In-Depth Information
Similarly, let's say you want to mix up your own colors,
name them, and save them to a template where they are featured
on the color line. Here's how to do this:
Start a new document. This will serve as your color line
Import any colors you want to use frequently, using any
of the methods described in the previous section for
showing on the color line.
Click the Color Editor button at the bottom left of the
Click the Show Advanced Options button at top right to
extend the Editor until you can see all its features.
Mix up a color. The HSV color
Advanced options
New Named Color
model is the easiest in which
to define colors, but you can
also choose Grayscale, RGB,
or CMYK from the drop-down
list below the color field.
Click the New Named Color
Tag button on the Color
In the New Named Color
dialog box, type a name for
your color; you can edit the
name in the future by right-
clicking it on the color line
or using the Rename button
in the Color gallery. Press the
Create button or press ENTER .
Named color is
added to color line
Exploring (and Exercising) Your Options
Configuring the control bars is a good first step; now let's turn
to Options. The Options box contains several tabs that relate
to properties: the size of the drawing page, the proximity of
objects to snap-to points, how groups of objects behave when
you apply transparency, and more. The following sections
explain and offer suggestions for making drawing elements and
tools behave the way you need them to.
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