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in the Home tab there is a section Styles which has four boxes with different colors in there. I don't like any of them. I realize I can click one of the down-arrows and get to a bunch of different colors/styles for the cells. But I'd like to change the four that appear at the top as default. Is that something I can modify? Thanks!
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I do not know whic version of MS Excel you have, at least in 2016 you are able kust to right click and delete the style or for your request better to Modify and change it
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We have  WINNER! Thank you for solving a long running pet peeve.
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