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Customize or modify MS Outlook 2010 Scheme

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Is there a way to customize the skins for MS Outlook 2010?  Man...do they stink!
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cyberion1985 earned 500 total points
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Hello lrbrister,

To change an Office theme, click the File tab, click Options, and then on the General tab, choose a different color scheme. If that does not work check out this thread



They are blue, sliver and black. But I'm sure you already knew and tried it ;) So yes, there are no addition skins available.
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Well....poop
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