Black are dominant on this How To Combine 2 Excel Workbooks Using Vlookup due to table below. Then very light pink & whitecolor scheme is make it perfect. Combination beetween pale grey, very light pink, pale grey, sandy, very light pink are wraping around the room.

Below is the table contains color information of How To Combine 2 Excel Workbooks Using Vlookup.

ColorColor CodePercentage %Name
00000048.833333333333black
f0f0f045.261904761905very light pink
ffffff3.1507936507937white
f0f0ff1.015873015873pale grey
f0fff00.61111111111111very light pink
f0ffff0.35714285714286pale grey
f0d8780.18253968253968sandy
fff0f00.11111111111111very light pink
f0f0180.079365079365079sunny yellow
fff0ff0.063492063492063pale grey
d8d8900.055555555555556beige
d890900.047619047619048dusty pink
fffff00.047619047619048very light pink
d8d8180.031746031746032piss yellow
d8c0600.031746031746032tan
c0c0180.023809523809524puke yellow
f0f0900.023809523809524dark cream
a860600.023809523809524brownish
c0a8780.015873015873016toupe
a878780.015873015873016mauve

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