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How or where can I find the RGB Hex values of Access 2007 Theme colors?

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How or where can I find the RGB Hex values of Access 2007 Theme colors?
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Try color picker. You just point to anything on your desktop and it will give you the RGBs. I use this all of the time for UI's.

http://www.topshareware.com/Colour-Picker-download-8771.htm
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The theme colors are gradients with the halo effect.

Another free and super cool and simple tool is ColorPix  - I use it all the time:

http://www.colorschemer.com/colorpix_info.php

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Excellent, this is better than a chart.

Thanks!
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