Chapter 6. Working with Color

Working with Color

You can create, save, and apply process and spot colors, including tints, mixed inks, and blended gradients.

When your document must meet color standards set by clients and designers, viewing and editing color consistently becomes critical, from scanning source images to creating final output. A color management system reconciles color differences among devices so that you can be reasonably certain of the colors your system ultimately produces.

In this introduction to working with colors and color management, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  • Add colors to the Swatches panel.

  • Apply colors to objects.

  • Create dashed strokes. ...

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