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RGB Colour in work book

Posted on 2013-06-26
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I need to find a way to permanently assign the following rgb colour to the standard colours in excel 2003...and to show in the worksheets when workbook is opened...on any machine. ..

RGB: 0, 71, 143...

at present this colour dose not appear in excel 2003 colour scheme and I have to copy colours from another workbook.
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Thanks for the feedback. .

so if I close and save the workbook and open the file on a different machine, the colour will remain in the assigned cells?
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