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Solved: Change Color of Text in cmd permanently ..

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by peck1234, Jun 16, 2009.

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  1. peck1234

    peck1234 Thread Starter

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    OK I can open cmd and type color 0a and that's what I like...

    So is there anyway to keep this color default so I don't have to type it in every time...
     
  2. Mr. Newton

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    I don't know if I can help, since I don't have Windows7,but have you tried to right click on the title bar at the top of the box and select properties.That is how you do it in Windows XP.
    Hope that's what you mean. :)
     
  3. Jack Hackett

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    Right click on the title bar, select Properties > Colors
    make your selections and click on OK
    changes are permanent until you change them again ;)

    I too have green text on black background, takes me back to the old style computing days. :D
     
  4. peck1234

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    Great thanks!
     
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