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From within Microsoft Outlook, you cannot change the colors of the major components such as the Outlook Bar, folders banner, and so on.
Two exceptions are the Calendar and Notes backgrounds. You can change the background color of the Day, and Work Week views of your calendar and the color of notes.
The Windows Display Properties control most of the Outlook component color scheme.
Changing the Global Windows Color SchemeTo change Outlook component colors, change the global Windows color scheme by following these steps:
Changing the Background Color of the Day and Work Week Calendar ViewsTo change background color of the Day and Work Week Calendar views, follow these steps:
Changing the Default Background Color for New Notes ItemsTo change the default background color for new Notes items, follow these steps:
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Article ID: 197578 - Last Review: June 22, 2014 - Revision: 2.0