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How do you mute graphics so the text pops?

Using tone-on-tone coloring is a way of muting a graphic so the text is more visible.The graphic then becomes a "suggestion." See the examples below of how the graphic has been muted. The text is the more prominent than the graphic.

To achieve tone-on-tone coloring, simply select one color and then use slightly lighter/darker versions of that color for the line.The values should blend with the background as well to achieve the most muted representation of the graphic.