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Old 07-19-2006, 05:35 AM   #1  
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Default RGB colour match????

Can anyone tell me what RGB stands for? Thanks
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RGB stands for Red, Green and Blue.

It is used for images that are viewed on a computer and not printed. CMYK is the print format, which is Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.

Hope this helps!
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thanks! seems so straight forward but I couldn't figure it out
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RGB are colors that computers use (Red, Green, Blue) for drawing images. So if you want to print a quote or text for a scrapbook page or something you can have the color of the text match the cardstock.

There was a list of color matches in the Resource forums I think.

If you go into Microsoft Word and select the text color, you can just plug in the numbers for Red, Green, and Blue, and you get colors that match perfectly!

Does this make sense?
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