AutoFormat Pivot Table

Bags

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Hi all - I use Report 4 from the AutoFormat option for all of my company's Pivot Table reports. The only problem with this formatting is the colours - I would like to change them be aligned with the corporate colour pallette.

Is there a way to change the colours in the AutoFormated pivot reports?
Thanks for your help.
Cheers.
 

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Bags

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No worries - i figured how to do it. For information to others - click tools and options. Go to the colors tab and select the colour in the pivot table that you want to change from the pallete and change it. This was the goods :)
 

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