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Colour inconsistent within the same document

Colour inconsistent within the same document

Colour inconsistent within the same document

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Hi -
I have a Quark document which I recycle as a template for new issues of a magazine. I notice that the colours of some objects change from one page to another. For example, I have a picture box with a background colour, and if I drag it from one page to the next the colour changes noticeably. I can't see any changes happening in the colour palette, or any of the colour settings, when I do this. This also happens when the same colour is applied to text on different pages.

I sometimes insert new pages, which may be the cause of the problem, but I don't know how a new page in the same document can show colour differently. I know the advice might be to make a brand new document for each issue, but this would create a lot more work, as there are common elements and formatting between issues. If anyone can suggest where I might locate the different settings between pages that would be really helpful, thanks.

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