The Stroke Color of a selected figure can be changed to meet a desired preference. It can be altered for a selected figure(s) or in instances where no figures have been selected.
If a figure has not been selected, the color change applies to any figure added after the change. This attribute can be altered in one of two ways:
Step 1: Click on the Stroke Tab in the Toolbar.
Step 2: Click on the Stroke Color attribute.
Click on the Stroke Color Button in the Format Bar.
To alter the Stroke Color:
Click on the On/Off toggle slider in upper right hand corner of the Stroke Window to turn on this option. The slider will appear with a green background when this option is enabled.
Click on the Stroke Color attribute on the Stroke Tab.
To select a pre-defined color in the Color Square, simply click on the desired color.
You may also configure a color by choosing an option from the Color Selection Menu: Color Wheel, RGB, HSV, Gray Scale, Named Colors, Favorite Colors, or Colors in Use. To do so, click on the menu and then click on an option.
If using the Color Wheel, first click on the desired color range within the outside of the wheel view. Then choose the desired lightness or darkness of the selected color in the center (saturation) square.
For more information about using the different color selection options, please see the Color Picker section.
Alter the Stroke Style options (arrowhead, dashed, solid, etc.) by clicking on an option and then clicking on the desired selection in the Stroke Window. Click on additional options (opacity, line join, etc.)to make further attribute changes.
Click anywhere within the Drawing Canvas to close the window.
Note: A color change will be seen instantaneously when a stroke figure is selected. If no figures have been selected, the color change will apply to all subsequently created stroke figures.