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Changing The "Office" Color Pallet in Excel 2007

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Is there a way to change the colors in the "Office" color pallet in Excel 2007? Changing The "Office" Color Pallet in Excel 2007
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Thanks Sid. I actually stumbled across that thread in my quest for the answer. It's interesting, indeed, but unfortunately leaves me with the same question. Is there a way to change the colors in the default "Office" color pallet. I know how to create new themes and apply them, but there are still times when that "Office" pallet is defaulted to (very inconvenient when you are trying to build automated procedures).
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I am not sure if there is any other way to achieve what you want.

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I don't believe you can because that one is built-in. All the others have separate XML files that I think you can alter to fit your needs, but the Office theme doesn't appear to have separate files.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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