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Pallette Property back to (none)

Posted on 1998-06-14
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I have an image on a form and I selected a pallette. I would like to remove the selected property and leave the form in the (none) default. How is this done?
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This stumped me for a while myself when I first had to delete an image... click on the property and press the Delete key, it'll go right back to (none). Good luck!
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