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I found a way to do this in Powerpoint 2010. Open both files. In the file with color scheme you want, ensure the color scheme name is findable. Copy one slide and paste it into the target file. Then view the Slide Master view in the target file, and select your custom color scheme for your theme. Then delete the slide that was copied in.
This is the "Message Box" colour. It is not possible to change it using the "Windows Color and Appearance" dialog as the colour selection is disabled.
With Windows Explorer, go to C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome and search for .pak. For example, mine finds Cached Theme.pak. Right click and choose Open File Location. The resulting path will tell you the name of the theme, e.g. ...\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\gapfoeoijjkibljnhednndeabimdilek\2_0. Use this name to find the ...
You can always go back to the themes page where you originally found it, click on the theme that you want, and then click on "Add To Chrome" button again. It will set it to that theme again.
Depends on how you want the size of your icons, and how its organized. There are 3 ways to do this! The most common one is by right-click on a blank spot on the taskbar, select properties, then on the taskbar buttons drop-down choose "Combine when taskbar is full" and select use small icons. The second one allows you to customize the size of the icon. To ...
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