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How to manage colors of Office 2007 style (Office 2007 style tab) 
The button can assume the appearance of a Office 2007 style button by setting the value of the "Surface type" combobox inside the "Surface" tab to "Office 2007 style". 
Office 2007 buttons are rendered through the use of 2 vertical linear gradients, each of them made up of 2 colors: the first gradient is set on the North side of the button and the second one is set on the South side of the button. If needed, an optional color can be applied to the 2 existing borders. 
 
Depending upon the button state, all predefined colors may be changed. 
 
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Item name
Description
 
North top normal
The gradient color used for the upper portion of the Northern button's side in normal state
 
North bottom normal
The gradient color used for the lower portion of the Northern button's side in normal state
 
South top normal
The gradient color used for the upper portion of the Southern button's side in normal state
 
South bottom normal
The gradient color used for the lower portion of the Southern button's side in normal state
 
Outer border normal
The color of the outer border in normal state: if this color is left undefined the border won't be rendered. 
The undefined state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the undefined state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
Inner border normal
The color of the inner border in normal state: if this color is left undefined the border won't be rendered. 
The undefined state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the undefined state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
North top mouse over
The gradient color used for the upper portion of the Northern button's side in mouse over state
 
North bottom mouse over
The gradient color used for the lower portion of the Northern button's side in mouse over state
 
South top mouse over
The gradient color used for the upper portion of the Southern button's side in mouse over state
 
South bottom mouse over
The gradient color used for the lower portion of the Southern button's side in mouse over state
 
Outer border mouse over
The color of the outer border in mouse over state: if this color is left undefined the border won't be rendered. 
The undefined state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the undefined state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
Inner border mouse over
The color of the inner border in mouse over state: if this color is left undefined the border won't be rendered. 
The undefined state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the undefined state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
North top pressed
The gradient color used for the upper portion of the Northern button's side in pressed state
 
North bottom pressed
The gradient color used for the lower portion of the Northern button's side in pressed state
 
South top pressed
The gradient color used for the upper portion of the Southern button's side in pressed state
 
South bottom pressed
The gradient color used for the lower portion of the Southern button's side in pressed state
 
Outer border pressed
The color of the outer border in pressed state: if this color is left undefined the border won't be rendered. 
The undefined state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the undefined state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
Inner border pressed
The color of the inner border in pressed state: if this color is left undefined the border won't be rendered. 
The undefined state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the undefined state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
Outer border width
The width in pixels of the outer border
 
Inner border width
The width in pixels of the inner border
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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