Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Apply themes and styles
To apply existing formatting to other text
1. In the message composition window, position the cursor in the formatted text or
paragraph.
2. On the Message tab or Format Text tab, in the Clipboard group, click the Format
Painter button to store the character and paragraph formatting of the selected text
or active paragraph for a single use.
Or
In the Clipboard group, double-click the Format Painter button to store the
formatting of the selected text or active paragraph for multiple uses.
3. Drag the paintbrush-shaped cursor across the text to which you want to apply the
stored formatting.
4. If necessary, click the Format Painter button or press the Esc key to turn off the
Format Painter tool.
Tip When you are working with certain content elements such as tables and graphics,
one or more tool tabs containing formatting commands specific to that element appear
on the ribbon. You must select the element to access its formatting commands.
Apply themes and styles
You can change the appearance of the text in a message by applying either local
formatting (character or paragraph attributes and styles that you apply directly to text) or
global formatting (a theme that you apply to the entire document) in the same way that
you would when working in a Word document or PowerPoint presentation.
Tip You can set a default theme for new email messages from the Personal Stationery
page of the Signatures And Stationery dialog box. For information, see section 1.1,
“Customize Outlook settings.”
Nine of the standard Microsoft Office 2013 themes (which are not the same as the email
message themes you can select in the Theme Or Stationery dialog box) are available
from the Themes gallery on the Options tab in a message composition window. Each
theme controls the colors, fonts, and graphic effects used in the message.
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