Sharing color swatches between Illustrator and Fireworks


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Sharing color swatches between Illustrator and Fireworks

When you're designing artwork, especially when you're designing artwork for the web, having consistency in color can be really important. Now as we've been discussing, Illustrator can be used alongside many other applications. And when you're working with Illustrator and Fireworks, for example, you may want to take some colors that you've already defined, maybe some swatches that you've saved for a particular client or a project, and you might want to share those swatches across your other applications, so that you can be sure that your colors are actually consistent. Now, with Adobe Creative Suite CS5, Adobe has actually made it possible to share swatches between Illustrator and Fireworks.

Let's see how that works. Right now, inside of my Illustrator document called monthly_specials, if I open up my Swatches panel, I'll see that I already have a whole bunch of swatches created. What I can do is I can go to the flyout menu of my Swatches panel and choose ...

Sharing color swatches between Illustrator and Fireworks
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Sharing color swatches between Illustrator and Fireworks provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS5 for Web and Interactive Design

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Web
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