How to Add Your Own Custom Color in LibreOffice - Make Tech Easier

2022-07-15 23:54:41 By : Ms. Sunny Wei

Never let the lack of color ruins your creativity.

While writing or editing text in LibreOffice, there are times where you need to change the color of the text or the background. LibreOffice comes with its own set of color palette that you choose the color from and it is easily accessible from the toolbar. The problem is that if you want to use a custom color which is not available in the palette, you are out of luck because there are no visible options for you to add your own color to the palette.

If you are looking for a solution, here’s the fix:

That’s it. You should be able to choose your custom color in the color palette now.

Image credit: Paper strips in rainbow colors as a colorful backdrop by 123RF

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