K I Select the object with the Pick tool.
2 Click Effects, Color Adjustment, Color Balance.
3 In the Range section, enable any of the following check boxes:
• Shadows — color corrects the shadow areas of the drawing
• Midtones — color corrects the midtone areas of the drawing
• Highlights — color corrects the highlight areas of the drawing
• Preserve luminance — maintains the luminance level of the drawing under the effects of color correction, ensuring the drawing retains its original brightness level.
4 Move the following Color Channel sliders to set color levels:
• Cyan-Red — adds cyan or red to the drawing to correct color imbalance. Move the slider to the left to add cyan and to the right to add red.
• Magenta-Green — adds magenta or green to the drawing to correct color imbalance. Move the slider to the left to add magenta and to the right to add green.
• Yellow-Blue — adds yellow or blue to the drawing to correct color imbalance. Move the slider to the left to add yellow and to the right to add blue.
• Disabling any of the first three options in the Range section means the color correction does not effect the specified area. Disabling the Preserve luminance check box means the color correction does affect the luminance level, i.e., the drawing is darkened.
^ • You can also apply the Color Balance effect by clicking the Balances Bitmap Colors button on the Property Bar.
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