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At 06:19 29/05/2013 -0400, Dan Lewis wrote:
On 05/29/2013 12:36 AM, Axel Braun wrote:
Yes, that works for colors that are known to the system, not for custom colors (like in imported documents)

Try this: Open the Styles and Formatting window (use the F11 key to do this). Select the word or letter that has the color you need to know. Right click the paragraph style that is highlighted in this window. Select Modify in the context menu. Then click the Organizer tab. The RGB values are listed in the "Contains" section.

Splendid! But sadly I think this works only if the colour was (sensibly) originally applied as a paragraph style, not if it was applied, say, as local character formatting.

Brian Barker

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