GDG Color Click for Fast Color Changes

January 10, 2011

I see users constantly asking for a better way to control and change the colors in their illustrations. There are tools built in to CorelDRAW that can help you get the project done like Search/Replace and Color Styles. The new Document Palette in CorelDRAW X5 can help you identify the colors used.

I’ve told you about a cool macro once before by the name of GDG Color Click. I’m sure some of you are already using it. Unfortunately I know there are many more who should be using it based on the questions being asked. This macro will make it very easy to identify the colors used in a file and to change them to another color. Not sure how it works? You’ll find some videos showing the macro in action on the product page. Check it out and I bet you’ll want to get a copy so you can start using it right away.

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