Define Custom Color in OpenOffice Draw
How to define my own custom color in OpenOffice Draw?
If you want to define your own custom color in OpenOffice Draw, you can follow this tutorial:
1. Select a shape object.
2. Right-mouse click to open the context menu.
3. Select "Area" from the context menu. You see the "Area" window.
4. Change the "Fill" property to "Color".
5. Click "Colors" tab to manage colors.
6. Enter "My Blue" as "Name".
7. Click "Edit" button on the right. You see the "Color Picker" window.
8. Pick your new color, or using RGB/HSB/CMYK parameters to define the new color.
9. Click "OK" to accept the new color definition.
10. Click "OK" to save the new color name. You see a question box for save options.
11. Click "Add" to save it a new custom color.
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