White are dominant on this How To Split Excel Sheet Into Separate Workbooks Using Vba With Ex Le due to table below. Then very light pink & light greycolor scheme is make it perfect. Combination beetween silver, greyish, very light pink, very light pink, pastel red are wraping around the room.

Below is the table contains color information of How To Split Excel Sheet Into Separate Workbooks Using Vba With Ex Le.

ColorColor CodePercentage %Name
ffffff64.039800995025white
f0f0f012.099502487562very light pink
d8d8d88.636815920398light grey
c0c0c07.8905472636816silver
a8a8a82.5273631840796greyish
fffff01.4328358208955very light pink
f0fff00.7363184079602very light pink
d860600.70646766169154pastel red
d878780.38805970149254pinkish
d890900.37810945273632dusty pink
9090900.33830845771144grey
f0ffff0.30845771144279pale grey
f0f0ff0.18905472636816pale grey
fff0ff0.1592039800995pale grey
fff0f00.08955223880597very light pink
9078780.049751243781095reddish grey
c048480.029850746268657dusty red

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