Limit Colors Macro Module

November 1, 2010

Depending on the type of drawing you are producing, you may want to limit the number of colors used. This can be very easy to control as you create the drawing, but modifying an existing document could be quite tedious. That’s where the LimitColors Macro Module comes into play. It can change all colors in a drawing so that they come from a selected color palette. For those who need only spot, RGB or CMYK colors; this could be the way to go. Or you can specify a maximum number of colors for a drawing and the macro will automatically reduce the colors used to that number.

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