1 Click Tools, Color Styles.
2 Select the image or group of objects with the Pick tool.
3 Click the Auto Create Color Styles button.
4 Enable any of the following:
• Use Fill Colors — to create color styles based on the fill colors in the selected image
• Use Outline Colors — to create color styles based on the outline colors in the selected image
5 Enable the Automatically Link Similar Colors Together check box to link similar colors together under their appropriate parent colors.
If you disable this check box, CorelDRAW does not group similar colors under a parent color.
6 If you enable the Automatically Link Similar Colors check box, move the Parent Creation Index slider to determine the number of parent colors created.
Moving the slider to the right creates only a few parent colors; moving the slider to the left creates many parent colors. To test different slider values, click the Preview button.
7 Enable or disable the Convert Child Palette Colors To CMYK check box.
When enabled, colors added from a color-matching system are converted to CMYK so that they can be grouped under an appropriate parent color. When disabled, all colors added from a color-matching system are made into separate color styles.
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