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Creating Your Own Color Scheme
Creating Your Own Color Scheme
How hard is it to choose a set of colors that really work together? If you’re in touch with
your creative side, you may feel confident about your ability to mix and match colors. If
colors aren’t your thing (or you rely on others to tell you whether your clothing choices
match), choosing compatible colors may seem like a big chore. No matter where your
comfort zone may be, Word can help you put together a theme color set to give your
document a professional look. Here’s how to do it:
1. On the Page Layout tab, click Theme Colors in the Themes group to display the
Theme Colors gallery.
2. Scroll to the bottom of the list and click Create New Theme Colors.
The Create New Theme Colors dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 4-14.
Figure 4-14 Select the colors for a new color scheme in the Create New Theme Colors
dialog box.
3. Click the arrow of any element that you want to change.
A color palette (see the illustration that follows) appears so that you can select the
color for that item.
Continue changing colors until you’ve made all of the desired changes for the new
theme colors. The Sample area displays changes as you make them.
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