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08 Mar 2011  
Rick OShea

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by D3ftOn3Z View Post
1. For that, you need to use an app. Ave's Windows7 Style Builder

2. You've learned something new then.
1. Thanks D3ftOn3Z, I guess i should have expected that a seperate 3rd party software program is required, i was hoping that perhaps Microsoft may have created a seperate utility for more advanced tweaking of the Windows 7 interface colours/styles.

2. Yes, still learning, and this forum is a great source of information. With many years of using WinXP and about 6 months of Win7, i'm still working out where they've put things and the differeny ways things are done or modified.
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