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How to Make Quick Work of the “Colors and Fonts in Use” Tool

Here’s how to uniformly change elements in your scenes all at once without having to click on each and every one of them.

Want everything on the page to instantly become blue? Done.

Want everything that’s pink to suddenly become orange without clicking piece by piece? It’s handled.

Desperate to erase any hint of Arial on the page and go straight to Palatino immediately? End of thread.

In Projector, you can make your design instantly cohesive by using the Colors in use and Fonts in use tools. Here’s how:

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