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Old 09-14-2009, 11:04 AM   #13
klok
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I'm terrible sorry but I think that I missled you with discription of my problem. There is no problem for me to create new swatches. I have a problem when working with allready created document in black color and then transfering it into another color. Let's say that there are a lot of objects that are on different layers and grouped in every possible way, some only with filled colors, some only with stroke, with different tint values.... I can not just select everything and change the color in swatches, because fills and strokes will no longer be the same...
If I'm working in opposite direction (changeing a pantone into black) I only delete a pantone swatch and replace it with a black one. Sometimes I use ink manager for the same action. Other way arround is my problem. Thank you for youre patience and affort.
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