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    Set colours in the default palette (office XP SP3)

    Our company has been rebranded, meaning the Corporate colours have changed.

    These colours are built into our Powerpoint, Word and Excel templates.

    I was wondering if theres a way to set the Office Colour Palette to display our new Corporate Colours as default.

    As currently users are having to go into the Colour Palette and manually adjust and customis the colours [img]/forums/images/smilies/ohmy.gif[/img]

    I would like to do this across all the MS app's ie Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

    Is this something I can easily setup and roll out nationally to all pcs?

    many thanks

    diana
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    Re: Set colours in the default palette (office XP SP3)

    Check out Deployment - Office XP Resource Kit - Microsoft Office Online for information on customizing and deploying Office XP.

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    Re: Set colours in the default palette (office XP SP3)

    Thank you Joe

    We are currently using a combination of GPO & MSI to push out Office settings. If the settings arent found in the admin package then we will configure the office setting via the registry key.

    I couldnt find a "standard" setting to set the default palette in each application, so wondered if there was a solution.

    Since then we have nutted out a working solution. The info is in the following post
    <post#=657312>post 657312</post#>


    diana

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