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Accessing More Colors

FrontPage comes with a standard set of 16 colors. In addition to the standard colors, FrontPage allows you to add more colors to your page. More Colors are additional colors that you can add to each color menus—the Font Color button menu, for example. More Colors are useful when you want an object or picture to always have the same color. They are also useful when you want to change the color of an object to a specific color, but the standard colors don't not have that color. Colors that you add to a specific color menu appear in all color menus and remain in the menu even if the color scheme changes.

Add a Color to the Menus

Click the View menu, click Page, and then open the Web page you want to use.

Click any color list arrow (such as Font Color button list arrow) to open a color palette.

Click More Colors on the color palette.

Do one of the following:

  • Click a color from the expanded palette. Every time you click a color, its corresponding hexadecimal value appears in the Value box.

  • Enter a hexadecimal value in the Value box. An example of such a value would be HEX={ 99,FF,CC}.

  • To select a color from anywhere on the screen, click Select, and then click any color on the screen.

  • To select a color that represents the color average of an area of the palette, click Select, and then drag the eye dropper cursor to create a box encompassing the colors you want to average.

Click OK, and then click OK again.


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