Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Word 2016: Styles in Depth.
- [Instructor] This is the end of this course,…but it is certainly not the end of what you can do…with styles in Microsoft Word.…There are thousands of amazing courses…in the library,…I want to make three specific recommendations,…but what you might choose to view next based…on your work in this course,…assuming that you spend a fair amount…of time in Microsoft Word, I encourage you to take a look at…David Rivers Word 2016 Essential Training course,…particularly the more advanced topics.…If you want a deep dive into creating custom themes,…including custom color pallets…that would support your styles, spend sometime with…Using Office 2013 Themes and Templates For Branding,…this course covers the practical applications of themes,…styles and templates in the newer versions of Word,…to enforce your brand, whether you're working…with documents or spreadsheets or presentations or…even emails, and whether your brand is…for your organization, for a department,…or your own personal brand.…
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- Explain the best way to create a theme that is very similar to one of the built-in Office themes.
- List the views that the Style area is available in.
- Identify where the Table Design tab is available.
- Identify what department can tell you what the RGB values are for your company’s logo.
- Recognize where changes to a style will be automatically applied to if the Automatically Update option of Modify Style is enabled.
- Identify the styles that are used to generate the two default tables of contents.