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I found this nifty free program that is really usefull for scrapping. Basically you hover over an image and the program creates a color swatch for you. It is available for downloading here:
http://download.cnet.com/Color-Cop/3000 ... 47009.html

Color Cop converts RGB decimal values to RGB hexadecimal triplets. It has a built-in color picker, color preview, auto copy to clipboard, and an eyedropper to choose colors from anywhere on the screen. Color Cop remembers the last screen position, the last color selected, the last mode (Delphi or HTML hex mode), auto on top, and auto-copy to clipboard options. It features an eyedropper, a magnifier, variable magnification levels, 3-by-3 and 5-by-5 average sampling, color history, and a 42-color complementary palette. Color Cop will convert RGB decimal values to hexadecimal color codes. It has color code support for HTML hex, Delphi hex, PowerBuilder, Visual Basic hex, and Visual C++ hex.
Michelle E

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Michelle,
I have no clue to what you are talking about. No clue at all. But it sure sounds impressive :bigwink:

So, now you have a hexdex color specification. What do you then do with it?

Rusty
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Rusty,

You use it to create matching color page decorations. Because you know exactly what colors are in your photo you can get a background paper or ribbon and change the color to perfectly match. The color picker in photoshop will do this for one color at a time but won't save it for later use. If you wanted to do multiple pages with the same color theme you can just keep the swatch and keep reusing it. That's the theory anyway.
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OK
Thanks for the education

Rusty
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That's going to be very useful ... thank you for the heads up!
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