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The appearance of your Reflection button and workspace color scheme varies depending on your Reflection installation. This technical note explains why, and how to change the appearance.
Button and Color Scheme Based on Installation Scenario
The Reflection button in the upper left corner of the Reflection Desktop, Reflection 2014, and Reflection 2011 workspace and the workspace color scheme vary depending on your installation of Reflection:
The default for new installs of Reflection on Windows 7 is âOffice 2010 White.â With this color scheme, the main Reflection commands are accessed from the File menu.
The default for new installs of Reflection on Windows Vista and Windows XP and for upgrades from Reflection 2008 to newer versions of Reflection is "Office 2007 Black." With any of the Office 2007 color schemes selected, the main Reflection commands are accessed from the Reflection button menu.
Changing the Reflection Button and Color Scheme
To change the appearance of the Reflection button and workspace color scheme in the Reflection Workspace:
- Go to the Reflection Workspace Settings > Configure Workspace Settings.
- Scroll to the User Interface section and select âLook and Feel / Color Schemeâ.
- Select your Reflection button appearance from the drop-down list.