Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Applying a document theme
Applying a document theme
A theme in Word is a predesigned set of color schemes and fonts that you can apply quickly
to give your document a professionally formatted look. Every theme has three elements:
Colors (such as for the text and background), graphics, design elements, and hyperlinks
Dif erent fonts for the heading and body styles
Eff ects applied to graphics or design elements, such as 3D, shading, gradation, and
drop shadows
Each of the built-in themes controls all three elements.
To open the document you need for this lesson:
In Word, choose File > Open. Navigate to Word06lessons; click word0603, and then
click Open.
Select File > Save As. Word displays the Save As dialog box.
In the File Name text box, type word0603_done and press Enter.
Click the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon. In the Themes group, click Themes to view
the options.
Select Pushpin. Notice that Word changes the color of the Title style to a darker blue and
the accent line below it, along with the other headings, to a brownish orange.
Word of ers several themes you can use to customize the
appearance of the document.
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