Choosing a different color model ramp


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Choosing a different color model ramp

All right. Often times you have an object that's got a particular color on it that you've specified, like you have applied a swatch to it, that you might want to change your mind and experiment with a different color, but you don't quite have a swatch for it defined yet. So that's when you might open up and use the Color panel. So let's go to the Window menu and choose Color. And you can see the Color panel has actually opened up in this Tint mode, because the swatch has already been applied to this object. Let's switch to the text formatting and you can see this has got a particular swatch that's already been applied from the Swatches panel.

So by default, the Color panel then shows you Tint mode where you can actually apply different tints of this particular swatch. That's not what I want here. I want to switch to either an RGB set of sliders or a CMYK set of sliders or maybe even Lab. To do that the quick easy way is just to Shift+Click on the color ramp...

Choosing a different color model ramp
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Choosing a different color model ramp provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the InDesign CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design
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InDesign
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