Adobe Illustrator CS6 Tutorial – Spot Color and Swatches


In this Illustrator tutorial, InfiniteSkills author Andy Anderson shows how to create a custom color swatch and set it as a global spot color that can use across all of your projects, especially those designed to go to press.

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  1. Dan

    Terrific video, easy to follow, well explained. Perfect for those of us that need to learn illustrator on the run. Thanks!

  2. ken bishop

    Hi- have a small problem- have searched everywhere and spoken to many people and no one seems to know how to correct this. was given a file and in the swatches were about 100 colors. I created a black square, copied it and pasted it into a new file. the 100 colors followed the black square. I went back to the original file and deleted all objects, selected all unused colors and deleted them. made a new black square and copied it into a new file. boom- all the colors appeared in the swatches. I would ordinarily just delete the file but need some of the images created in them. how do I unlink or simply get rid of all these colors? they infect everything. If you can help- thank you, if not- have a great day anyway. ken

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