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Choose colors to match your artwork in Microsoft Publisher

In a past post, we explored how to spruc up your color palette for spring. To use specific colors that match an image from ChurchArt.com, follow these steps in Microsoft Publisher:

1: Right-click on the text you’re color-matching.

2: Click the down arrow next to the text color option.

Choose Colors To Match Your Artwork In Microsoft Publisher Font Color

3: Select Sample Font Color from the menu shown above.

4: When the cursor changes to an eyedropper, place it over any color in the image. If you click and hold, a small square of color pops up to show what color you’re selecting, This is handy if you want to zero in on one color among many. Release the mouse button.

Choose Colors To Match Your Artwork In Microsoft Publisher Eyedropper Example

5: This color now appears in the Recent Colors section below Scheme Colors and Standard Colors.

Choose Colors To Match Your Artwork In Microsoft Publisher Recent Colors

6: Save the publication. The sampled Recent Colors stay with the publication.

7:Now you can use these colors throughout the publication on text, shapes, borders and fills.

Choose Colors To Match Your Artwork In Microsoft Publisher Before After
Choose Colors To Match Your Artwork In Microsoft Publisher Before After

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