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Quick Fill Tip

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Quick Fill Tip

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Selecting the Flood Fill's Match Mode as None automatically "fills" everything that is selected simultaneously.

To see the effect try it with new "floating" text, whilst the text is still selected.  Click within any letter.

This feature can save a lot of time when working with simple graphics and to some extent can be applied to more complex graphics.

To change a colour en masse in a graphic ...

Increase the colour depth to 16 million colours if set at less and use the Magic Wand to select any one area of the colour.  Use Selections/Modify/Select Similar to select all examples of the color and then click with the Flood Fill tool in any selected area.  (The color depth can be reduced afterwards if required.)

The different Styles (Solid, Gradients or Patterns) and Blend Modes can all be used.

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