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Making Color Selections

Within every tool are two defined areas: foreground and background. For example, if you are just creating a box with a perimeter around it, Paint Shop Pro uses just the foreground color. If the box has a filled-in center, Paint Shop Pro uses the background color.

The color swatches at the bottom of the Materials palette represent the current foreground and background colors. The smaller boxes, called the color boxes, indicate only the color, whereas the larger swatches, called the materials boxes, indicate the color along with a pattern or texture. The first box (the one to the left) is the foreground color, whereas the box on the right is the background color.


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