.Color = -1003520

nods

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using 2007 to change the font colour, and found these numbers

.Color = -1003520
.Color = -11480942
the first is light blue, second light green.

What is the rest of the colors, how are the numbers arranged

Nods
 

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using 2007 to change the font colour, and found these numbers

.Color = -1003520
.Color = -11480942
the first is light blue, second light green.

What is the rest of the colors, how are the numbers arranged

Nods
i have a suggestion is each of the colour that u want to know just record it by macro and then see the number...
 

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