When you create a document or presentation based on a template or a ready-made design, the file elements include a document theme—a combination of colors and fonts that give the file contents a cohesive look. Even a file developed from scratch has a theme, albeit one that consists of only a white background and a very basic set of font styles and sizes.
In this topic, we discuss the process of applying and changing document themes in a Word document. You can use the same processes described here to work with document themes in a PowerPoint presentation. The same document themes are available in both programs.
An Office 2008 document theme has two primary elements: the color scheme and the font scheme.
The color scheme ...