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MacBook - My Palette has gone south!


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Please help before I go mad! My formatting palette has gone south off my screen- I know it's switched on but I just can't access it and I need urgently to change colours on my text. It's probably something very simple but I am a newbie.
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A MacBook is a piece of hardware, not an application with a formatting palette.

Formatting palette for what application?

You can try just changing the resolution of your display, then dragging the palette to the center and change the resolution back.

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