Editing an existing Custom Palette

There are five commands you can use to edit your custom palettes: Edit Color, Add Color, Delete Color, Sort Colors, and Reset Palette. Your palette does not need to be open in order to edit it. Palettes that are currently open appear in the Palette list box. Remember to save before you exit the Palette Editor or your changes will be lost.

To edit an unopened custom palette

1 Click Window, Color Palettes, Palette Editor.

2 Do one of the following:

• Choose Open Palette from the list box at the top of the Palette Editor dialog box.

3 Click palette filename you want to open.

4 Select the modifying command you wish to use.

To edit an open palette that is currently open

1 Click Window, Color Palettes, Palette Editor.

2 Choose the palette from the list box at the top of the Palette Editor dialog box.

3 Click Edit Color.

To edit a color within your palette

1 Click Window, Color Palettes, Palette Editor.

2 Choose the palette from the list box at the top of the Palette Editor dialog box.

3 Click Edit Color.

4 Edit the color in the Select Color dialog box.

5 Click OK to change colors.

To add a color within your palette

1 Click Window, Color Palettes, Palette Editor.

2 Choose the palette from the list box at the top of the Palette Editor dialog box.

3 Click Add Color.

4 Select a new color in the Select Color dialog box.

5 Click Add To Palette.

To delete a color within your palette

1 Click Window, Color Palettes, Palette Editor.

2 Choose the palette from the list box at the top of the Palette Editor dialog box.

3 Select the color you wish to delete from your palette.

4 Click Delete Color.

To sort colors within your palette

1 Click Window, Color Palettes, Palette Editor.

2 Choose the palette from the list box at the top of the Palette Editor dialog box.

3 Click sort colors and click the method you wish use to sort your colors.

To reset the palette you are currently editing

• Click Reset Palette if you want to cancel the changes you have made to your palette since the last time you saved changes.

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