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Old 12-14-2018, 02:39 PM
DBenz DBenz is offline Windows 7 64bit Office 2010 32bit
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Default Apply colours from one workbook to another en masse ?

Hi,
Excel 2010

I took my workbook from Tower PC win 7 64bit pro and opened it into laptop, win XP.
then brought it back into Tower PC, all my more subtle colours have gone vibrant.
I could understand it if I saw them differently on different monitors and they remained the same hex numbers in the file, but excel has decided to alter its own colours it seems.

I sensibly saved the file as another name before replacing the tower PC file, so I could open that and use it to tell the usual file (the incoming one) what colours I was using.


How is this done ?


I suppose one is saying format one workbook from another purely for colours.





Trouble is if I open this into the laptopagain it will happen all over again.


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Old 12-24-2018, 02:07 PM
jolivanes jolivanes is offline Windows 10 Office 2013
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