Deleting unused colors


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Deleting unused colors

When you are first working on a design inside InDesign, you maybe kind of free forming it and experimenting with lots of different color swatches, and you may end up with a ton of swatches that you actually don't end up using in the end. So you may want to trim down your Swatches panel to only show the swatches that are actually being used in this particular document. So let's set this up. Let's make our Swatches panel tall enough. We will just click between the Pages panel and Swatches panel and make it taller. You can see I have got quite a few swatches in here and I want to be able to tell instantly which swatches I have actually used in the document and which ones I haven't.

It just so happens there is a command that will do that for me. In the Swatches panel there is a flyout menu at the far right and if I choose the flyout menu, there's a command right there, Select All Unused. I am going to go ahead and choose that and it quickly goes through and scans the list ...

Deleting unused colors
Video duration: 1m 9s 6h 28m Intermediate

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Deleting unused colors 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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