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omicrondigital (TechnicalUser) (OP)
2 Jun 05 14:13
for some reason when i use teh gradient tool, it is only in black and white.. when i try to change the color of hte gradient, it converts it to grayscale.. but everything else in illustrator works fine in color. can anyone help me? thanks
dmacster (TechnicalUser)
2 Jun 05 14:37
Select one of the gradient stop - then from the color palette select CMYK for color mode and make color. Do the same for the ending stop.

Donna
omicrondigital (TechnicalUser) (OP)
2 Jun 05 15:05
wait, nothing happens when i click on one of the color stops
omicrondigital (TechnicalUser) (OP)
2 Jun 05 15:07
oh and also, the "K" of the cmyk is the only adjustable number.. the other bars arent even there
dmacster (TechnicalUser)
2 Jun 05 15:09
They will be - you'll only see the K bar - then click the little arrow on the Color palette to change to cmyk mode. Then you'll see the C - M - and Y
omicrondigital (TechnicalUser) (OP)
2 Jun 05 15:23
ooooh THAT arrow, haha silly me.. thank u so much
dmacster (TechnicalUser)
3 Jun 05 8:19
No problem - hope it all works well for you.

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