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Chapter 10. Color > The Color Palette

The Color Palette

Given that we’ve already stated that you should use the Swatches palette instead of the Color palette, you might wonder why we’re bothering to write the next section. Over the years, we’ve come to realize that our methods are not necessarily for everyone, and that some people have very different working habits from our own. For some of you, working with the Color palette and unnamed colors might be better than the process of creating named swatches—and there’s nothing wrong with that.

The Color palette is always on—whenever you adjust the controls in the palette, you’re applying them to something (either the selected object or the document’s default fill and stroke formatting). For a look at the Color palette, see Figure 10-10.


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