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A colour style in CorelDRAW is a colour that you save and apply to elements in your design. When you change a colour style, all objects that use that colour style are updated as well.

A colour palette is a collection of colours intended to be utilised for a specific type of output. To apply FILL and OUTLINE colours to text and objects, you use them. RGB, CMYK, and SPOT colour are the three basic colour groups or models.

Color theory is a set of rules and criteria that designers employ to communicate with users through visually appealing colour schemes. Designers employ a colour wheel and considerable collected knowledge about human optical ability, psychology, society, and more to pick the ideal colours every time.

Select the Color option and turn it on. Select a colour from the Color Picker in the Find section. The Color eyedropper tool can be used to sample a colour from a drawing or an element outside the programme window. Click the Color Picker in the Replace section and select a replacement colour.

Draw a square with the rectangle tool while holding Ctrl, then change the outline colour (i.e. Blue). Duplicate the square (using the + key on the Numeric Keypad or copy/paste), then alter the colour (i.e. to Cyan). Select both squares and then go to Effect/Blend to bring up the Blend Docker.

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