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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Step by Step by Joyce Cox and Joan Lambert

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Changing a Document’s Theme

You can enhance the look of a document by applying one of Word’s pre-defined themes. A theme is a combination of colors, fonts, and effects that project a certain feeling or tone. For example, the Flow theme uses a palette of blues and greens, the Calabri and Constantia fonts, and understated effects.

You apply a theme to the entire document by clicking the Themes button in the Themes group on the Page Layout tab, and then making a selection from the Themes gallery. If you like the colors of one theme and the fonts of another, you can mix and match theme elements. First find the theme that most closely resembles the look you want, and then in the Themes group, change the colors by clicking the Theme Colors button or ...

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