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Not Just for Text Style Sheets—But Color Style Sheets Too

If you’ve painstakingly created a custom fill and stroke pattern for an object, and later on you want to apply those exact same specs to another object, you don’t have to rebuild it all from scratch. Start by clicking on the new object, then get the Eyedropper tool and click on the object whose attributes (fill, stroke width, color, etc.) you want to steal. When you click, all those attributes will be applied to your new object. How do you control how many attributes the Eyedropper picks up? Just go to the Toolbox, double-click on the Eyedropper, and an Eyedropper Options dialog will appear (shown here) where you can choose which attributes it copies and which it ignores.

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