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When You Need to Match Colors Exactly
border, you need to click each line in the Preview area to apply the color setting. In
this way, you can control the line color for each border line.
6. Click OK and the color settings are applied in your document.
Note
The Color palette is divided into two areas. The Theme Colors area provides
colors from the document theme, and the Standard Colors area offers primary
colors. More Colors displays the Colors dialog box so that you can choose from a
wide range of colors or create your own custom color. If you choose a color that
is not included in the Theme Colors section, it won’t be changed automatically
if you later choose a different theme for the document. To make sure that colors
can be automatically swapped whenever you choose a new theme, select Theme
Colors only.
When You Need to Match Colors Exactly
Suppose that you’re using Word 2010 to create a Web page or document that must
conform to last year’s annual report, right down to the color scheme. When you need to match
colors, choosing accurate border colors can become an especially important issue. For
times like these, you can use the Custom tab in the Colors dialog box to enter the exact
RGB (Red, Green, and Blue) or HSL (Hue, Saturation, and Luminance) values for custom
colors. To configure the Custom tab in the Colors dialog box for borders, perform the
following steps:
1. Click the border for which you want to change the color.
2. On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Background group, choose Page Borders.
3. On the Borders tab in the Borders And Shading dialog box, click the Color down
arrow.
4. Click More Colors on the color palette.
In the Colors dialog box, click the Custom tab.
5.
6. On the Color Model list, choose RGB, HSL, or another available color scheme (see
Figure 19-5).
7. Enter values in the Red, Green, and Blue, or Hue, Sat, and Lum text boxes as
appropriate (depending on the color model you choose).
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