I would suggest you don't change the standard pallete (not even sure if this
can be done easily anyway) because if any document constructed with a changed
pallete that is sent to anyone else will probably change colour back to the
colours set in the standard pallete.
Some years ago someone in my company changed the pallete in PowerPoint
corporate template, then the template pallete was returned back to "standard"
and we are now constantly hitting problems with old files that White text
changes to Black, not good when the "changed" orange text box background also
returns to black, etc., etc.
Word (and PowerPoint) only registers the cell in the pallete that has been
used, for say Font, and if the pallete has a different colour Word just shows
that colour that is in that pallete cell.
Serious consideration is required before any such exercise is under taken,
especially if any documents are sent external to your company/person.
Hope this helps
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