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How to change colors in Indesign that weren't saved as a swatch

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Oct 27, 2021 Oct 27, 2021

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I have a long document that someone else set up that I need to work on. The have a color throughout the document that needs to be changed. Previously, I have asked them to set up the color as a swatch so it is easy to change but they have not done that. Is there a way to search for a color that HAS NOT been saved as a swatch and change it? A greph search or something? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 27, 2021 Oct 27, 2021
In the Swatches panel menu, choose Add Unnamed Colors. You can then use the Color tab to find and change it, or edit the swatch. 

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In the Swatches panel menu, choose Add Unnamed Colors. You can then use the Color tab to find and change it, or edit the swatch. 

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That is great! Thank you!

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