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    Is this a ridiculous question? (Word 2007)

    Is there any way to change the color of the ribbon and background of Word 2007 from that hideous baby blue?

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    Re: Is this a ridiculous question? (Word 2007)

    Click the Microsoft Office Button.
    Select Word Options.
    Select Popular.
    Select the Color scheme that you want.

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    Re: Is this a ridiculous question? (Word 2007)

    You have a choice of 3 colors.
    Click on the Office Icon in the top left, and then on "Word Options"
    In the left pane select "Popular" and in the right choose from the 3 options under "Color Scheme" (black, silver or blue)

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    Re: Is this a ridiculous question? (Word 2007)

    Not a lot of choices but definitely better.

    Thanks, guys.

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    Re: Is this a ridiculous question? (Word 2007)

    It's all there is - for the moment. I have no idea whether Microsoft is planning to release more color schemes, or make tools available to develop custom color schemes.

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