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(it retracts after you click to make a color selection), and at top is the options flyout button for loading different color palettes, saving, renaming, and so on
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You can rearrange the order of colors on any Color Palette by click-dragging up or down on any color well You float the Color Palette exactly as you do with other interface child windows: by dragging above the little markers, into the drawing window While the Color Palette is floating (shown next), click-drag its title bar to move it around your window or click the Close button to hide it from view Choose View | Color Palettes and select a palette to display any palette in its last used state Double-click the title bar to return the floating Color Palette to its original docked location in the workspace
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Double-click to return the Color Palette to its default docked location Click-drag to move Close Palette
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CorelDRAW X4: The Official Guide
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As with other day-to-day child windows, it s best not to close the Color Palette, particularly if you re new to the program, because it s a hassle to restore it If you ve by chance closed the Color Palette, the quickest way to restore it to the workspace is by right-clicking in the drawing window to get a pop-up menu Choose View | Color Palettes, choose any palette you like from the submenu, and life is good again Hovering over any of the Color Palette s scroll buttons or the Expand button produces a tooltip that displays the name of the Color Palette collection you are using, for example, Default: Default CMYK palette
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Changing Palette Options
The Options flyout button (shown next) on the Color Palette features several important commands, enabling you to apply fill and outline colors (as opposed to using left and right mouse button clicks to apply colors to objects) and control how the palette itself is viewed
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Color Palette Options button
Using the Options flyout provides some, but not all, of the options available to you for getting and using colors CorelDRAW has an extensive color library including PANTONE and TRUEMATCH from onscreen simulations of printing press colors, as well as others for Web work However, as mentioned at the beginning of this chapter, some workspace elements in CorelDRAW are tool-specific, while others belong to global elements and the color library that appears on the Color Palette is a global resource Therefore, with the Pick Tool and nothing selected in the drawing window, you right-click to display the pop-up menu,
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Exploring Your Workspace
and then choose View | Color Palettes; then choose from the submenu, which also features the Color Editor dialog (see the following illustration) Displaying the child window called Color Palette and choosing a collection with which you populate the Color Palette are two different things and require different commands
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When an artist creates art, the most successful pieces are drawn from a generalization to the specifics, from a coarse outline to filling in the details Similarly, CorelDRAW deserves a coarse examination, as covered in this chapter, but as you progress to later chapters, the details are filled in You ve got a general idea of how to navigate in this chapter; it s time to move from interface-centric coverage, to the more important document-centric coverage! 3 starts you out in a very good and wise place how to work with files, different file types, and getting the stuff you need in and out of CorelDRAW
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Examining the Palettes, Cruising the Menus
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CorelDRAW X4: The Official Guide
ne of the very first things you learn as a new computer user is how to open and close files and how to use the Clipboard to copy data from one document window to another There is nothing new or exotic you have to do when working with CorelDRAW X4 to accomplish these basic tasks But CorelDRAW X4 has additional functions and options, related to file handling and data import and export, to handle your graphics workload efficiently and professionally In this chapter you ll learn about file-saving options that ensure that your work can be used by coworkers who are using previous versions of CorelDRAW and about how to use timesaving specialty files such as templates You ll also see how to protect your work with CorelDRAW s automatic backup feature, how to make the Clipboard work overtime for you, as well as how to store and retrieve scrapbook items and symbols and how to import and export graphics, text, and data into and out of CorelDRAW X4
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