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How to choose text by color

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May 18, 2020

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Hello, 

 

Is there an option to choose text by fill color and change it all at once like you can do in illustrator?

I have several pages of text that im editing with different colors that i need to change, and I'm making each line of text indivudally, is there some way to do it all at once? 

and if it is possible, can I also do it across several pages? Or the entire document?

 

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Thanks! 

 

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Correct answer by Diane_Burns | Adobe Community Professional

Here's one way:

Find/Change Text and search for FORMAT (not content) that uses the color you want to get rid of. (FORMAT is found in the bottom half of the Find/Change dialog.)

Replace with the FORMAT that is the color you want. 

(If you created this text with a character style, you could just change the definition of character style).

Alternatively, you could use Find/Change and replace the found color with a character style that uses the color you want. Then in future, you could just redefine the character style. 

Hope that helps.

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How to choose text by color

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Hello, 

 

Is there an option to choose text by fill color and change it all at once like you can do in illustrator?

I have several pages of text that im editing with different colors that i need to change, and I'm making each line of text indivudally, is there some way to do it all at once? 

and if it is possible, can I also do it across several pages? Or the entire document?

 

See attachement,

Thanks! 

 

Screenshot 2020-05-19 at 00.57.35.png

 

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Correct answer by Diane_Burns | Adobe Community Professional

Here's one way:

Find/Change Text and search for FORMAT (not content) that uses the color you want to get rid of. (FORMAT is found in the bottom half of the Find/Change dialog.)

Replace with the FORMAT that is the color you want. 

(If you created this text with a character style, you could just change the definition of character style).

Alternatively, you could use Find/Change and replace the found color with a character style that uses the color you want. Then in future, you could just redefine the character style. 

Hope that helps.

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Here's one way:

Find/Change Text and search for FORMAT (not content) that uses the color you want to get rid of. (FORMAT is found in the bottom half of the Find/Change dialog.)

Replace with the FORMAT that is the color you want. 

(If you created this text with a character style, you could just change the definition of character style).

Alternatively, you could use Find/Change and replace the found color with a character style that uses the color you want. Then in future, you could just redefine the character style. 

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Awesome !!!

thank you so so much !!! (:

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