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Re: [libreoffice-users] Adding color palette file


On Thu Oct 21 2010 23:13:46 GMT-0700 (PDT) Gianluca Turconi wrote:
Il 21/10/2010 22.22, Andy Brown ha scritto:
How does on go about adding a color palette (*.soc) file to LibO? I
downloaded a file and placed it in the same directory as other .soc
files for LibO but do not see it listed.

Taken from OOo wiki:

1. In Writer, use the Drawing toolbar to insert a graphic object, an ellipse, e.g..
2. On the object, right-click > Area > Colors
3. Click the "Load Color List" button (it has only an icon: the standard "open file" icon)
4. Choose any ".soc" file you like
5. OK

It seems working in LIbO too.

Please, confirm the solution, thanks.

The solution seems to work to drawing but does not have the same effect for characters, when used for font color. Had to update Tools> Options> Colors to get what I wanted.

Thanks
Andy


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