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I made a color group of black and white objects. But it shows 3 different blacks and 1 gray and 1 white color in the swatch. How can I isolate or find/see those specific colours that are unwanted in my document? Or how can I delete/remove a specific color from an object? If the color is not to be seen?

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With nothing selected in the artwork....

  • Highlight a swatch in the Swatch Panel
  • Choose Select > Same > Fill Color from the menu
  • The objects using that swatch for that fill color will become selected
  • Merely click the swatch you want to use to replace that color
  • Do the same again, de-select all, click the bad swatch... but this time choose Select > Same > Stroke Color to find strokes using that swatch

Note I suggest using Fill Color and then Stroke Color rather than Fill & Stroke Color because this will better target the color use. If you have objects with varying fills, but the same stroke color, Fill & Stroke Color won't pick up those objects. By specifically targeting the fill color, then the stroke color, you ensure you get all uses of that swatch color.

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In addition to Scott's answer:

We can change the colors using the Recolor Artwork panel.

This will change the fill and stroke at the same time.

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