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Lesson 05, Changing Screen Colors
The Windows Color box is used to change background, bitmap and thread color boxes . It's easy and fun.Let's use background color as an example. Just select View/Set/Background color".
This is what you will see. You can choose any color box. If you prefer to, you can make your own color by moving the cursor on the colors, or by sliding the arrow up or down to get a lighter or darker tone. Or you may enter the RGB numbers. R= Red, B= Blue, G= Green.
Many of you will be familiar with this, since it is also used in Windows operating systems to change the desktop and window colors. The same method can be used to change bitmap colors or thread colors.