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Chapter 8. Fonts and Characters > Changing Font Color

Changing Font Color

You learned how to set the text color for an entire page in Chapter 3. You can also set a different font color for specific pieces of text.

To change font color:

1.
With your page open in the Document window, select the text you want the color change to affect.

2.
In the Property inspector, type (or paste) the hex code for the color in the Color text box and press Enter (Return).

or

Click on the Colors button beside the Color text box. The Colors palette will appear (Figure 8.21). Click on a color to select it.

Figure 8.21. Click on the font color box, and then select a color by clicking on a color choice in the color picker. Note how the pointer becomes an eyedropper.


or

Click on the color box in the color picker . The Color dialog box will appear (Figure 8.22). Click on a hue and shade to choose a color, and click on OK to close the Color dialog box and return to the Page Properties dialog box. (For more details on using the Color dialog box, refer to Chapter 3.)

Figure 8.22. The Color dialog box offers a wider range of color choices. As described in Chapter 3, the Mac Color dialog box is somewhat different than this one, for the PC.



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