Changing a document's theme


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Changing a document's theme

Before we can discuss Styles, we need to talk about Themes. Themes are combinations of fonts, color palettes, and effects that control how your document will look and determine what Styles are available to you. Every Word document has a Theme. The default Theme in Office 2010 is called Office. To see the current Theme of your document, click the Page Layout tab, point to the Themes button and Word will report the Current Theme, which in this case is Office. A Theme is an entire set of colors, fonts, and effects that all go together.

There are a number of built-in Themes, and you can save your own Themes. Office, the default Theme, is always listed first. The other Themes are listed in alphabetical order. And you'll see these names over and over again in the color sets, the font sets, and the effects sets. Each has a thumbnail that shows you the fonts and shows you the colors that are being used. Simply point to a new Theme, and you'll notice that your document quickly reformats. If...

Changing a document's theme
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Changing a document's theme provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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