Editing and sorting color styles
You can edit both parent and child colors in CorelDRAW. When you change the hue of a parent color, all of its child colors are updated, based on the new hue and the original saturation and brightness values. For color styles using the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM, PANTONE Hexachrome, and Custom spot color palettes, if you change the color of a parent, all child colors are updated, based on the new color and the original tint.
If you want to change the color of the object later, you can edit the parent color, and CorelDRAW will automatically adjust the child colors. For example, if you change a parent color from red to yellow, CorelDRAW converts the child colors of the red parent to shades of yellow.
Sorting color styles allows you to locate a style in less time. Instead of having color styles appearing randomly in a list, you can sort color styles alphabetically by name, or you can have all parent colors with child colors listed first.
To edit a parent or child color
You can also rename a color style by clicking the color style, pausing, clicking the color style a second time, typing the new name, and pressing Enter.