Eliminate colors from predefined forms

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Dec 10, 2021 Dec 10, 2021

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Hi, I was using the commentary tools. I used a square and a circle to remark a part of the document, but by mistake when I was looking for a color arround I selected a background color for the whole figure (covering what remains behind). i don't know how to eliminate this colors and keep only the frame. Can anybody help me?

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 11, 2021 Dec 11, 2021

Select the comment(s), press Ctrl+E and change the first color in the floating toolbar that appears to No Color:

 

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You can set it as the new default by clicking the More button in that same toolbar and then ticking the "Make Properties Default" check-box in that dialog:

 

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Select the comment(s), press Ctrl+E and change the first color in the floating toolbar that appears to No Color:

 

try67_0-1639218677575.png

You can set it as the new default by clicking the More button in that same toolbar and then ticking the "Make Properties Default" check-box in that dialog:

 

try67_1-1639218728029.png

 

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