"Word 2007 Themes: How to Assign a Theme, Changing the Theme Color, Font and Graphic Effects To Your Documents?"
Word 2007 themes are used to apply certain decorative styles to your document, giving it a professionally formatted look and appeal. So, the document themes can make a document look more professional.
A theme in Word 2007 consists of three elements:
Colors: Each theme consists of a set of four colors for text and background, six colors for accents, and two colors for hyperlinks. You can change any single color element or all of them.
Fonts: Two fonts are chosen as part of the theme - one for the heading font use for headings and a second for the body font used for general text entry. The default fonts used in Word for a new document are Calibri for body text and Cambria for headings.
Design effects: These effects are applied to any graphics, pictures, charts or design elements in your document. The effects can include lines (borders), fills, and effects such as 3D, shading, gradation, drop-shadows, and other design subtleties.
To apply/assign a theme to the document
- On the Page Layout tab, in the Themes group, click Theme icon to display a gallery of themes.
- Click the theme you want, and it will be applied to the current document.
To change the color of a theme
- Open your document that you wish to change the theme color.
- On the Page Layout tab, in the Themes group, click the Colors icon. The drop-down menu of color combinations will be displayed.
- Point at the rows of color combinations to see which ones appeal to you.
- When you find the one you want, click it.
To change the Word 2007 themes fonts
- Open your document that you wish to change the theme fonts.
- On the Page Layout tab, in the Themes group, click the Fonts icon. The drop-down list displays various theme fonts. The current theme font combination is highlighted.
- Point to each font combination to see how the fonts will appear in your document.
- Click the font name combination you decide upon. When you click a font name combination, the fonts will replace both the body and heading fonts in your document on one or selected pages.
To create a new theme font set
- On the Page Layout tab, in the Themes group, click Fonts icon.
- Click Create New Theme Fonts at the bottom of the drop-down list.
- From the Create New Theme Fonts dialog box, click either or both the Heading font: and Body font: down arrows to select a new font combination.
- Type a new name for the font combination you've selected in the Name: text box, and click the Save button.
To change the theme graphic effects
- On the Page Layout tab, in the Themes group, click Effects icon. The drop-down list displays a gallery of effects combinations. The current effects combination is highlighted.
- Point to each combination to see how the effects will appear in your document, assuming you have a graphic or chart inserted on the document page.
- Click the effects combination you want.
To create a custom Word 2007 themes
- On the Page Layout tab, in the Themes group, click Colors icon.
- At the bottom of the menu of colors, click the Create New Theme Colors link.
- From the Create New Theme Colors dialog box displayed, select a color for one of the color groups, click the text/background/accent/ down-arrow and click the color you want to test.
- Go through each set of colors that you want to change.
- When you find a group of colors that you like, type a name in the Name: text box, and click the Save button.
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