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    Advice reqd: Creating a standard colours toolbar (MS-PowerPoint 2000)

    I would like to create a custom colour palette of standardised colours for my colleagues using a custom toolbar. Basically a standard Colour Scheme with additional contrasting and complemetary colours pre-defined to prevent some of the weird colour combinations that we've been getting - I've got a defined palette of about 20 colours. I've had no problem using a standard colour scheme, but havn't been able to add additional standard colours. Any suggestions would be gratefully received.

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    Re: Advice reqd: Creating a standard colours toolbar (MS-PowerPoint 2000)

    Unfortunately, PPT color schemes are limited to 8 colors. You might want to look into the RnR PPT Palette tool. I think it may come close to what you want.

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    Re: Advice reqd: Creating a standard colours toolbar (MS-PowerPoint 2000)

    Thanks, the RnR tool looks like it would be perfect for my requirements - although I was hoping for a (cheaper) solution within PPT itself

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