In this video, you can learn how to access and enable the new Office theme called the Black theme, and view the changes across all the Office 2019 apps, and understand when you might want to use this theme.
- [Instructor] Much like the roaming pencil case that can be modified in one app here in Office 2019 and follow you around from app to app, there's a new Office theme you'll find easier on the eyes if you have accessibility issues or difficulty with bright screens over a long period of time. It's the black theme. And we're going to explore it here in Microsoft Word. You can anything open, or nothing at all. We're gonna go to the File tab. From here, select Account. This is where we select our Office theme, the default being the colorful theme.
That's why we're seeing blue backgrounds here in Word, orange backgrounds in PowerPoint, green in Excel. Click this dropdown, you'll see the others that have existed for some time like dark gray and white, but the new one here is black. Let's give it a click. You can see what happens to the background. It's suddenly much easier on the eyes as far as the amount of white, bright light coming at you. And if we were to switch over to other apps in the Office Suite, let's click the back button to go back to our document, you can see nothing changes here, it's all in the background.
I'm gonna switch over to PowerPoint where we were in the previous movie. You can see the background is exactly the same. The slides in PowerPoint, your workbooks in Excel, your documents in Word will all work the same, it just may be a little bit easier on the eyes with this new black theme. If you wanna change it back, just go back to the File tab, down to Account, and when you change the Office theme from black to another, like colorful, it's being changes throughout all of the apps in Office 2019.
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