White are dominant on this How To Link Your Data In Excel Workbooks Together due to table below. Then very light pink & light greycolor scheme is make it perfect. Combination beetween spruce, silver, dark slate blue, greyish, greyish teal are wraping around the room.

Below is the table contains color information of How To Link Your Data In Excel Workbooks Together.

ColorColor CodePercentage %Name
ffffff35.426523297491white
f0f0f030.272401433692very light pink
d8d8d813.720430107527light grey
1860306.0358422939068spruce
c0c0c04.4587813620072silver
1848602.752688172043dark slate blue
a8a8a81.5913978494624greyish
78a8901.0681003584229greyish teal
6078901.0322580645161blue grey
3078480.85304659498208darkish green
4878600.5663082437276dark sage
9090900.47311827956989grey
3060780.36559139784946light navy blue
7890a80.35125448028674blue/grey
f0ffff0.24372759856631pale grey
7878780.15770609318996medium grey
f0fff00.1505376344086very light pink
fffff00.11469534050179very light pink
d8a8a80.086021505376344faded pink
c060480.03584229390681adobe

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