If you need color from outside the program, get a free color selector program that'll let you do that. Then, get the Hex value (copy it to the clipboard if you can). Then go back into ProShow and go back into the colorize feature (or equivalent), highlight the gray bar just above cancel and set color and hit CTRL-V.
Well, that's a quick and dirty treatment ... it's not the only method but it's similar in the other ways to get color from somewhere within ProShow.
Your right click over a layer in the layers stack. Select "copy | copy settings". In the resulting dialog, there are a number of options you can copy from the SOURCE layer to the DESTINATION layer. The settings to copy are in the center column.
You can right click over a keyframe and select copy settings. The selected keyframe is selected in the Source keyframe. The settings to copy in the center column will copy to the destination keyframes selected in the 3rd column. Expand the slide and the layer metaphors to get to the keyframes if you don't want to select to all keyframes.
Maybe one of these options will work for you as an alternative.
Barbara_K wrote:Although you can't right click to copy a color, you can copy a Hex color by selecting the Hex code and then using CTRL C to copy it. Then use CTRL V to paste in another slide.
Much better than right-clicking, and it works all over the place for pretty much anything. It's a wonder the C and V on my keyboard haven't rubbed off.
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