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Powerpoint Custom Palette

Posted on 2006-07-17
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In powerpoint, when I add a custom colour it gets saved to a secondary palette every time I use the drop down.

Unfortunately, this only happens on that presentation.

Our company has had a set of colours designed for which we have the RGB values, I want the palette to contain them every time somone starts a new presentation so they can select them easily.

I guess I am looking for some sort of normal.dot for Powerpoint where I can designate colour options, or maybe there is another way to do it.

Any ideas?
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Hi arrowtech,
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you could try to create your own default blank presentation including your custom pallette
http://www.rdpslides.com/pptfaq/FAQ00245.htm

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