Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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What’s in a Theme?
What’s in a Theme?
Themes enable you to change the way that text, tables, and special elements are formatted
throughout your document. Figure 4-8 displays a report that uses the Office Theme. The
theme settings influence the format of the document in the following ways:
The font style and color used for the paragraph text
The font type, style, and color used for the bullet list
The fonts used in the table headings and row values
The table style (for example, alternating banded rows) applied to the table
Figure 4-8 When you choose a different theme, styled elements in your document change
automatically.
When you choose a theme, the settings are instantly applied to styled elements in your
document. You can change themes as often as you like, trying on different looks until you
get just the right effect for your document.
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