I have several table cells that use a tint of a color. I made a new color swatch that is similar to the tint and I would like to find all of the cells with the tinted color and replace them with 100% of the new color.
Is this possible?
Do you use cells and table formats?
Can you show something, please?
I did not use cell styles. The brown and grey in the top header bar were manually done.
The gray is 52/37/38/4 at a 50% tint. I want to change that to 0/0/0/27 at 100% tint.
Both of the CMYK colors are named swatches.
There are a hundred different tables across the 176 page document with this styling.
you may find an answer in the next version of InDesign 2021 16.0 that is about to be launched:
InDesign 16.0 is now available for download!
Sheena Kaul, Adobe Employee , 7 hours ago
Find and change colors
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That will be helpful if it works as advertised. 🙂
in the new feature Find/Change Color I see at least one option missing that is available with GREP or Text:
Search: [ Selection ]
Only [ Document ] or [ All Documents ] seems to be available.
So you may need a strategy to minimize your Search targets to tables only.
See no way right now other than scripting.
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