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<h3>Editing Colors</h3>
<p>This is a brief introduction and orientation to the <i>Colors</i> dialog, which you activate by selecting <i>Edit > Colors</i> from the menu. Note that this has two modes. The one you may already be familiar with is its use when you already have a document open, and this will be discussed in this section. When you create and save a new document, all the colors that are availabe in the dialog <i>Edit > Colors</i> will be stored in that document. This is an important detail, because any changes to a color palette will only affect the current document.</p>
<p>The other mode for <i>Edit > Colors</i> is when you have no document open. In that situation, you can change your default palette or create a new one. The selection or creation of a new default palette will be described in <a href="color2.html">Managing Color Sets</a>, under the section <a href="color1.html">Color Palettes</a>.</p>
<p>The other mode for <i>Edit > Colors</i> is when you have no document open. In that situation, you can change your default palette or create a new one. The selection or creation of a new default palette will be described in <a href="color2.html">Managing Color Sets</a>.</p>
<p>If you choose <i>Edit > Colors</i> from the menu for the first time with a document open, Scribus will bring up the following dialog:</p>
 
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