I’m so green at CorelDraw. I want to select a red object, have the RGB formula show up somewhere, and then change that formula. If so, there’s an eyedropper tool in the side toolbar,you can use to pick a color from the bitmap, and it shows the values. If it’s a vector image, ungroup the artwork, left click on the red you want to change. In the lower right double click the color box that should have that red in it. It will bring up the color values, and you can change them there. Thanks everybody. I’ve been forced to learn this quicker than I ever did in Freehand, or my main design program – Illustrator CS5. I’m on the Mac OS, and am using Parallels to operate Windows and CorelDraw. I’m amazed how the Coherency aspect of Parallels makes it seamless to go back and forth between Mac OS and Windows. My main problem is I cannot click a key to delete something. Remember this is a Mac keyboard, it does have a delete key, but when I select an object and hit delete – it doesn’t. However, for instance, I’ll be changing the RGB value in a color, and I hit the delete key , and it does. I believe it’s just one of those mysteries of the universe and operating an OS on another OS. Any Mac users with Parallels and Windows and CorelDraw know of a Delete key that works? I’m guessing I may find a way to assign a keystroke, but any suggestions appreciated. Thanks all – oh – my main problem I’ve solved – changing the RGB value of a color. But how can I then take that new color swatch/ value, and place it in the color swatches high up so all I have to do it select the object, then click on the corrected RGB value color swatch. Been searching for that answer. At the top of the colour palette there is a square with a right facing arrow. Right click on that and select Edit ->, Palette Editor. The next screen lets you create a colour and add it to your palette. Source.