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Old 11-05-2010, 02:41 PM   #3
Michael Beloved
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How about using Illustrator which is usually packaged with the CS software.

What you could do is to create the shape as a rectangle or circle and then click on gradient under the Window menu. That will give you a gradient dialog box in which you could drag the colors you wish to use from the Swatches panel.

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Then it would be easy to just import it into Indesign or use he place commands which could import it as well.
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