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I'm red-green colorblind. Couldn't get into military flight school because of that. Microsoft in Word and in Windows Live Mail IDs colors of font and highlights by name so that color handicapped persons can find it easy to choose the appropriate color. As far as I can determine, Constant Contact does not offer this feature when creating a document for email or newsletter or whatever. Could you modify your programs such that your color choices will be ID'd by name and not just a color square that many of us have trouble figuring out what color we are looking at? A plus to doing this is as follows: You could bill yourselves as being color friendly to all users. In addition, if you want to score points with the federal ADA folks you could tell them that you have just become color user friendly. I like CC, but choosing colors is a pain in the rear!