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Default Maintaining custom colors when exporting to Excel

I am using RGB HEX #s in my report. It shows up fine when rendering to a browser, however when exporting to Excel my custom colors don't come over. I've tried creating a report.xlt file with my custom colors in it, but when I export to Excel it uses the standard Excel palette instead of the custom palette in my report.xlt.

Any ideas on how to retain my custom colors when exporting to Excel?

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