Custom Color Scheme to display under Color > This Presentation

Hi Experts. Warning...I'm new to 2007 PowerPoint.

I have a 2003 presentation template that I've now converted over to 2007. This template will be distributed to other people. I've created a custom Color Theme. This appears under the ribbon tab Design > Colors > Custom.

I've noticed that under Design > Colors > This Presentation is another color scheme called Title Page 1. I think that was the name of one of my master pages (but now gone). How do I delete that color scheme and get my new custom color theme to display under Design > Colors > This Presentation? I've made sure that my color theme has been applied to all slides.  Is there a way to make it the default?

Lastly, can someone just confirm that the custom color theme will travel with the template?
Who is Participating?
suvmitraConnect With a Mentor Commented:

Basically, save your color schemes, then go find the XML file with the color
scheme name in the Theme Colors folder (path below).

Copy that file, send it to your colleagues, and have them paste the file
into the appropriate foler (path below) on their system.

(in Windows Vista)
C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates\Document Themes

(in Windows XP) C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Application
Data\Microsoft\Templates\Document Themes

You can add color schemes to a theme file, but you have to manually edit the
XML to do it. gives
information on that.

What's new in PPT 2007?
Fixing PowerPoint Annoyances
PowerPoint 2007 Complete Makeover Kit
All Courses

From novice to tech pro — start learning today.