Using the Kuler panel


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Using the Kuler panel

If you have never been to Adobe's Kuler website, you really need to go. It's an amazing way to find and create groups of Color Swatches that work well with each other. So in InDesign CS4, Adobe has built some of these Kuler technology right into InDesign. Though it may or may not be useful to you depending on what kind of documents you are creating. Let me show you what I mean. I am going to switch back to InDesign and I am going to open the Kuler panel inside InDesign. It's a panel so it has to live under the Window menu, right? But where? Now Adobe hid it inside this submenu called Extensions. It's little unclear why, but it's in the Extension submenu. There it is, just choose Kuler.

Now the Kuler panel is interesting because it actually has a live link to the website. Maybe that's why they call it Extensions, but it extends out to the website and it goes and grabs the highest rated swatches from the web or the most recent color swatches from the web and it p...

Using the Kuler panel
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Using the Kuler panel provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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InDesign
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