1 Select the object with the Pick tool.
2 Click Effects, Color Adjustment, Replace Colors.
3 Click the Old Color picker, and click the color that you want to replace.
4 Click the New Color picker, and click a replacement color.
5 In the Adjust section, move any of the following sliders:
• Saturation — sets the saturation level of the new color
• Lightness — sets the lightness level of the new color
• Range — sets the range of affected colors. A range of 1 affects only a single color; a range of 100 shifts most of the colors in the direction of the new color.
6 To ignore all grayscale pixels when replacing colors, enable the Ignore Grayscale check box.
7 To replace all colors that fall within the current range of the new color, enable the Single Destination Color check box.
• Disabling the Ignore Grayscale check box replaces gray pixels based on saturation and lightness values alone.
• You can also use the Old Color Eyedropper tool and the New Color
Eyedropper tool to choose the color you want to replace and the replacement color, respectively.
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