Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Defining your own theme colors, part of Learning Visio 2013.
When you apply Themes to a diagram, you're also applying a set of Colors called…Theme Colors, what we used to call Color Schemes. What you can do here in…Visio 2013 is set up your own set of Theme Colors or Color Scheme if you like.…Maybe you wanted to match your company colors for example, and there's no set…that perfectly matches, well, you can create your own custom set.…That's what we're going to do right now as we continue working with our…NoObstacles_OrgChart file.…And if you jump to this lesson, need to get caught up, you can open up…NoObstacles_OrgChart0304 from the Chapter_03 folder.…
With the Design tab selected here on the ribbon, we're going to go to…the Variants dropdown.…Move down to Colors, where we see the built-in colors and an option down at the…very bottom to Create New Theme Colors.…So if none of the built-in color schemes or theme colors suits your needs,…click Create New Theme Colors.…We'll give it a name. Let's give it our company name, No Obstacles.…And now, we'll start changing some of the theme colors we see for the Accents,…
- What is Visio 2013?
- Setting up global preferences
- Creating and formatting diagrams
- Inserting objects
- Using containers and callouts
- Changing a diagram's design with themes
- Commenting on diagrams
- Saving, printing, and sharing
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Charts and Diagrams
3. Themes and Effects
4. Connecting, Sharing, and Collaboration
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