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Corel X 7 Question about Selecting Colors

Discussion in 'Corel' started by LUV DEM TIGERS, Oct 12, 2018.

  1. LUV DEM TIGERS

    LUV DEM TIGERS Member

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    I have a vector woodgrain pattern that I would like to change the colors on. It currently consist of 6 colors. I know I can set all day and click on all of the same shade holding shift and then change the color. But is there any way that I can automatically select of the same color by just a click or two? There are literally thousands of pieces that make up this woodgrain vector pattern.
     
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  2. myront

    myront CorelDRAW is best

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    take a look at this free macro
    many more macros available too.
     
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    myront CorelDRAW is best

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    You can also go Edit/Find and Replace/find objects then step through all the particulars you want to find
     
  4. VanderJ

    VanderJ Merchant Member - Printer Parts and Sevice

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    In Illustrator all you do is select the object that is the color you want to select and then go to the select menu and choose, select same fill color and it will select all of the same color. But that won't convince you Corel users and your macros. ;)
     
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    neato Very Active Member

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    Use the color syles docker. (ctrl + F6)
     
  6. LUV DEM TIGERS

    LUV DEM TIGERS Member

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    I will try some of these other suggestions but I did find that you can do Ctrl +F and you can find the fill colors and replace it with another.
     
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