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Changing default colors for MS-DOS window

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How do I change the default background and foreground colors of the MS-DOS output window in Win XP?
I would not like to use any code in my C++ programs for this.
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I the Command Prompt window click in the icon in the title bar, select Properties. Select Colors tab and set required colors.
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Thanks. I never knew it was so easy.
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