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Using Fill Colors

You can also fill a particular frame with a selected color. This is a great way to add interest to your publications, particularly those you print in color. When you add color to the frame, be advised that it can obscure the object that resides inside the frame. When you color a text frame, you might have to change the text color so it can still be read after a fill color is selected. For instance, a blue fill color might require a yellow text color for the text to be readable. For more about working with text in frames, see Lesson 10, "Changing How Text Looks."

In the case of picture frames, the fill color fills only the interior part of the frame that is not occupied by the picture itself. The color, in effect, becomes a background for the picture.


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