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Old May 5th 06, 09:55 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
Shadowman13
 
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Default Color palette for Excel

My Excel 2003 workbooks seem to have a color palette that is different from
everyone else in the office.

Can I change the colors in this palette? If so, how?

BTW, I am runnig this on Windows XP.

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Old May 5th 06, 10:39 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
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Default Color palette for Excel

Shadowman,

Not sure about Excel 2003 or XP, but in Excel 2000 for Win2k you can change
your color palette under Tools:Options:Colors.

Each workbook has its own palette. If your default palette (that gets loaded
with each new workbook) is also different and you would like to change it,
then you need to change the color palette of personal.xls.

HTH

"Shadowman13" wrote:

My Excel 2003 workbooks seem to have a color palette that is different from
everyone else in the office.

Can I change the colors in this palette? If so, how?

BTW, I am runnig this on Windows XP.



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