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Default How do I change/add default colors in Excel 2007?

There are a few colors that I am having to add to every workbook (company
colors)? Is there a way to permanently change or add a few colors to the
default pallete?
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Default How do I change/add default colors in Excel 2007?

Try the following:

Tools - Options - Color - Modify - Custom

For the appropriate color you need the accurate RGB (Red-Green-Blue) values.
If you do not work as the graphic designer, ask that department/graphic
studio that you work with, they will know.

If you do not want to repeat this every time, save one excel document as the
default one (like: Master), and use Save As function when open it. If you go
Excel-New, your modified colors will be lost.

Hope this will help!

Best, ekonomija



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