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Color mapping is data source specific---if you open the .twb file in an XML editor, you'll see the mappings stored in the data source settings.
Are you opening a new data source and then using Replace data source command? If the data sets are similar, you might try editing the existing data source to point to the new data set.
I also don't know of a way to change the default color palette. The workaround I've used is to copy sheets and edit them rather than create new worksheets.
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Hello Jim and Santhosh,
This topic is covered in more depth here Creating custom colour pallet for fonts, backgrounds etc however the feature requested does not exist.
However there is a request for this feature that you can vote up here: