Tech Tuesday: Formatting Fairy Series, Part 10

Each Tuesday, pleasureinlearning brings you Tech Tuesday.  Come back each week for more ways to become efficient and effective in your use of technology. 


This article is the last part of a multi-part visit from the Formatting Fairy.  Read on to see how to exorcise those Formatting Demons.  Comment and tell us about your Formatting Demons.

Microsoft Office includes a concept called Themes.  This is basically a set of colors, fonts and styles that look nice together.  You can see evidence of the themes in the Style gallery, in the Font Color selector and in other locations.  This allows you to apply formatting that looks good and is consistent across your document.

Theme Colors for Fonts

If you want to change the theme or theme colors, you can do that from the Design Tab.




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