Kelly,
The RTF file could have done it, especially if you opened or imported
a Word file without cleaning it up. (Opening the RTF in Frame, then
saving as MIF and working with that text is the better way to do it.)
In earlier releases, the color info from a referenced PNG file could
also trigger that, but I haven't seen that in FM 8.
In any case, there's a FrameScript around that would clean out the
entries, but bottom line is they're probably not hurting anything but
your sense of tidiness.
(Next time, details of your version, OS, and so on would be helpful.)

Cheers,
Art

On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 5:10 PM, Kelly <kjproteus at gmail.com> wrote:
> FrameMaker 8.0p277
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>
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> Somehow I ended up with about 75 RGB colors added to my color pulldown. I
> think it may have happened when I imported an RTF file. Not sure. Now the
> problems is I can't get rid of them. I can't seem to delete them even one at
> a time.
>
>
>
> I go to View>Color>Definitions, choose one of the colors (i.e. they are all
> named like this: RGB 234,239,240), click Delete, click Done, and the color
> never gets deleted.
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> I fear I'm going to have to save all of my files to MIF and run a script on
> all of them to get rid of these rogue colors. Anyone ever had this problem?
> Got a better idea?
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