Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Setting the default theme
Alternatively and additionally, you can include other elements, such as text, styles,
prebuilt headers and footers, and other document elements, and save the entire setup as
a template. When you do that, any custom themes employed automatically become part of
the saved template.
Setting the default theme
In previous Word versions, changing the default theme was a hassle. In Word 2013, open a
new blank document, display the Design tab, choose a theme from the Themes gallery in the
Document Formatting group, and then click Set as Default in the same group. To change
the default theme for a particular template fi le, open the template fi le, change the theme, and
then save and close the template.
In this chapter you’ve learned about the basic page setup choices, what section formatting
is, and how the two interact. You also learned what headers and footers are, what they’re
used for, and how to create them with sections. Finally, you learned about creating columns
in a document, and working with page borders and themes. You should now be able to do
the following:
Add the right type of section break at the desired location.
Convert a Next Page section break into a Continuous section break, and vice versa.
Vertically align page text in a section of a document.
Change the paper size and paper feed for the section.
Create headers, footers, and page numbers in your documents.
Edit headers and footers.
Set up different headers and footers in different sections of a document.
Add side-margin material and graphics in the header/footer layer.
Create documents with differing numbers of columns.
Change column formatting using the horizontal ruler or Columns dialog box.
Use column breaks.
Add a border for the entire page.
Apply themes; change the theme colors, theme fonts, or theme effects; and save a
custom theme.
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