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056 Finding where that color is used

056 Finding where that color is used: InDesign Secrets
056 Finding where that color is used: InDesign Secrets

Finding each instance of a color used in an InDesign document can be time consuming, unless you know how to search for spot colors. InDesign offers designers the option to use the separations panel to search for any spot color used within the document, including text, objects, strokes and fills. Learn how to find where a color is used, as well as how to temporarily turn any other color swatch into a spot color, in this online tutorial.

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Skill Level Intermediate
29h 15m
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