In this video, learn how to create your own custom set of colors and your own custom set of fonts, and apply them to an existing document. Use those custom color and font schemes to create a custom theme you you can then apply to existing documents or new documents going forward.
- [Instructor] Word comes with a number of built-in themes…to offer formatting to an entire document.…You may create a brand new document using a selected theme…that will apply certain fonts, certain colors,…and they'll appear in your text and your graphics.…Well, you can also create your own themes.…If, for example, you work for a company,…you have company colors, and certain fonts that must be used…when creating headings, normal text etc,…why not create your own theme…and use that theme every time you go…to create an internal document?…That's what we're going to do in this week's Word Tip.…
We're going to work with this file, Press_release008.…If you have the exercise files you'll find it,…but you can work with your own documents as well.…You'll notice here that if I click…in the For Immediate Release heading,…and that's using the Heading 1 style,…and a little further down I see…some different colors being used…and different formatting,…in this case, Heading 2, which is a Calibri Light.…If I click in the paragraph text,…
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