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I work in CorelDraw CS2 on a PC and just accidentally deleted my color palette on the right side of my project page.

It has all custom colors I've added over the years for projects and is actually a different set of colors found in the fill tool on the left. How can I recover this palette?

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    Did you delete the contents of the palette, or have you just hidden the palette window? – benteh May 29 '14 at 19:44
  • Not sure. I mis-clicked on the color palette and it brought it away from the right edge and made it into a square on the working page so I hit the x to delete that thinking it was something I didn't need and then all my color boxes on the right were gone. I tried the Window to Docker to User's Palette but it wasn't there. I've never saved my color palette directly. – keith poletiek May 29 '14 at 21:11
  • I am useless at CorelDraw, but sounds to me like you minimised the palette, and you might find it again by checking out the various menues. Hopefully a CorelDraw expert will pop up here soon. – benteh May 29 '14 at 21:18
  • You said you tried Window>Docker, at the risk of asking an obvious question, did you try Window>Color Palettes? Also, you might want to check your My Documents/My Palettes folder, see if there's anything there... – Alicja Z May 30 '14 at 16:52
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If your CorelDraw setup files are english it's basically located in C:\Program Files\Corel\CorelDRAW(Version)\Color\Palettes. You can search the folder directly as visually. If you can't reach the Palettes folder by the default path you can make a windows search in **C:\Program Files\Corel** folder as "palet".

Check this image: Default Color Palettes Path in Windows

It's a too late answer but i hope it may help the other designers if they have the same trobule.

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It's very simple. Click Window, next to Tool on your menu bar on top. Then go to Color Palettes and check the box: Default CMYK Palette. That's it!

  • Hi Roman! Welcome to GD.SE, and thanks for your answer. Although I'm not entirely sure if this is an answer to the question. But I'll leave it to the OP to decide. – PieBie Jul 3 '15 at 14:06
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It's very simple. Click Window, next to Tool on your menu bar on top. Then go to Color Palettes and check the box: Default CMYK Palette and click on Uniform colors That's it!

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    What possibly purpose does it have to repeat an existing answer!? – usr2564301 Nov 30 '18 at 19:29

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