Using themes to customize the look of the database


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Using themes to customize the look of the database

One of the new features in Access 2010 is the addition of the same theme colors and fonts that I used across the Microsoft Office suite. Using Theme Sets allows you to create a consistent look and feel across all of your files, no matter whether they were created in Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Access. Scroll down in your Navigation pane and open up the Customers Order Form and then switch to Layout View on the Form Layout tools, Design Ribbon on the far left there's a Theme button, click on it and a dropdown appears with several themes.

Right now, we are on Apothecary, hold your cursor over each one and you can see the colors and the fonts change in the Form. Notice the theme names that pop up when I hold my cursor over each one, these are the same in all of the Microsoft Office Applications as well. We'll change ours to Angles. Now here is something very important to note. Switch over to the Form Layout tools>Format ribbon, click on your CustomerID field and then go up to the ...

Using themes to customize the look of the database
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Using themes to customize the look of the database provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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