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Similar

The Select > Similar command works just like the Grow command except that it looks over the entire document for similar colors (Figures 2.76 and 2.77). Unlike the Grow command, the colors that Similar selects don't have to touch the previous selection. This can be very useful when you've selected one object out of a group of same-colored objects. For example, if you have a herd of gray elephants standing in front of a lush green jungle, you can select the first elephant and then use Select > Similar to get the rest of the herd (provided, of course, that they're all a similar shade of gray). The same works for a field of flowers, and so on.

Figure 2.76. The original selection.



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