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Changing Theme Colors
Changing Theme Colors
Chances are that you selected a specific theme because it offers either the font selections or
the colors that you want—or both. If you want to change the colors of the selected theme
(this does not change the built-in theme itself, but instead modifies the colors already
applied to your current document), follow these steps:
1. On the Page Layout tab, in the Themes group, click the Theme Colors button.
A palette of Theme colors appears, as shown in Figure 4-11.
Figure 4-11 Use the Theme Colors button to choose a new color scheme for your
document.
2. Position the mouse pointer over a color selection that you’d like to see previewed in
your document. (Notice that even though the colors of your document change, the
fonts and formats remain the same.)
3. Click the color scheme that you want to apply to your document.
Further possible changes to your document might include applying Quick Styles to your
work, creating new styles, or working with style sets.
Choosing a New Font Selection
Each theme that you select contains a set of coordinated fonts that work well together for
the various types of content that you might include in your document. Font sets include
one font type in two sizes (one for headings and one for body text) or two fonts that
complement each other for headings and text.
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