Sharing color swatches between Illustrator and Photoshop


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Sharing color swatches between Illustrator and Photoshop

If you're going to be using both Illustrator and Photoshop to get your web design work done, you might want to be able to share swatches between these applications as well. The good news is that there's a really easy way to do it to make sure that all your colors stay consistent. For example, I am here inside of my home_page.ai file. If I look at my swatches here in this document, I have some of the standard swatches that come with Illustrator, along with some of the customized ones that I have created. Now before I actually move these into Photoshop, I want to start cleaning this up a little bit. So I am actually going to go ahead, and make sure I have nothing selected right now on my artboard, just click on a blank area. And I will click on let's say this red swatch here and then Shift+Click on this swatch right here, and then delete them.

I am going to choose Yes. I'll then take this group over here, the grays, and kind of drag that to the trash. I'll also get rid of ...

Sharing color swatches between Illustrator and Photoshop
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Sharing color swatches between Illustrator and Photoshop 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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Illustrator
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