So, without further ado… the new Office 2007 color scheme is called “Silver.” Here’s a picture of it running on top of a recent build of Windows Vista.
This color scheme was designed to provide a very neutral canvas on which to do your work. It draws your eye to the document and doesn’t include some of the more decorative aspects of the other two color schemes, such as the architectural elements behind the document. And most importantly for a neutral canvas, Silver isn’t infused or saturated with color, so that the design of your document stands out.
So, the final list of color schemes is: Blue, Silver, and Black. You can change between any of them from Options in any of the new UI programs included in Office 2007.