Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
• Each color scheme in a theme identiﬁ es 12 complementary colors for text,
background, accents, and links in a document. With more than 20 predeﬁ ned color
schemes, Word provides a simple way to select colors that work well together.
• Each theme has a font set that deﬁ nes formats for two fonts: one for headings
and another for body text. In Word, you can select from more than 20 predeﬁ ned
coordinated font sets to give the document’s text a new look.
When choosing color, associate the meaning of color to your message:
Red expresses danger, power, or energy, and often is associated with sports or physical •
Brown represents simplicity, honesty, and dependability. •
Orange denotes success, victory, creativity, and enthusiasm. •
Yellow suggests sunshine, happiness, hope, liveliness, and intelligence. •
Green symbolizes growth, healthiness, harmony, blooming, and healing, and often is •
associated with safety or money.
Blue indicates integrity, trust, importance, conﬁ dence, and stability. •
Purple represents wealth, power, comfort, extravagance, magic, mystery, and spirituality. •
White stands for purity, goodness, cleanliness, precision, and perfection. •
Black suggests authority, strength, elegance, power, and prestige. •
Gray conveys neutrality and thus often is found in backgrounds and other effects. •
To Change the Style Set
To symbolize perfection and precision in the ﬂ yer, the characters in the headline are white. The style set, called
Modern, formats Heading 1 characters in white. It also formats the Heading 1 and Heading 2 styles in all capital
letters and places a background color around the paragraphs, which further emphasize the headline and signature line in
the ﬂ yer. Thus, you will change the style set from Default to Modern. The following steps change a style set.
• Click the Change Styles button on
the Home tab to display the Change
Styles menu (Figure 1–53).