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The default palette was pretty grim, and the defaults made for some butt-ugly charts. But it was easy enough to tailor your own palette, as I had done with guidance from the color picker at ColorBrewer2.org, thanks to Cynthia A. Brewer, Pennsylvania State University. Below are shown the default palette (left) and one of my custom palettes (right). My bottom three rows were medium, light, and very light shades of 8 colors; I lightened up the grays in the last column, I replaced the dark colors in the top row, and made one of the dull greens in the middle into one with more life.
At the bottom of the list of color themes is a button labeled Customize Colors, which leads to this dialog. It is populated below with the Office 2013 colors. There is a preview of how the colors look together, and each color dropdown opens a color picker that lets you access all 16+ million combination of red, green, and blue pixels. then you can name and save your custom theme.
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