Look for .ase files on the Exchange, or try Kuler.
what is exchange?
Yeah - it's called CorelDraw!
I couldn't find any .ase file in coreldraw program files. and how can i use those ase files?
.ase files are Adobe Swatch Exchange format and can be exported from Adobe applictions, then imported into other applications or files.
The "Exchange" is an area here on Adobe.com where users can upload things they tink will be of use to others. There are no swatches in the ID Excahnge, but the Illustrator Exchange has dozens: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/index.cfm?s=5&from=1&o=desc&cat=208&l=-1&event=produ ctHome&exc=17
Not all of the stuff in the exchange will be in .ase format, but if you have Illustrator you can export your own .ase file from the .ai with the swatches. ID does not support pattern swatches from .ase, and I'm not sure about gradients.
With all due respect, having read this and your other posts here, I can only conclude you are trying to use InDesign without any training whatsoever. That is simply going to leave you very frustrated.
May I suggest you spend a little quality time on Lynda.com? This link will get you a one week free trial: http://bit.ly/fcGpiI
A good book is probably a good idea, too. Sandee Cohen's Visual Quick Start Guide is the best. http://amzn.to/KFnkci
That book should be shipping any day now. I know it's been printed.
Okay. Thanks. Actually Im reading a lot of stuff on interior design, neckdeep into some interior work of mine, hardly get time to read about software manuals. forums suit me. easy to ask questions and get their answers. and i just wanna learn the basics, no hardcore designing. thanks for ur recommendation