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Chapter 17. Formatting Layouts Using Tex... > Stylizing Documents with Themes

Stylizing Documents with Themes

If you want to go one step beyond adding backgrounds when you format documents, you can apply themes to all types of documents, including Web page documents, online documents, e-mail messages, documents that you know will be viewed in Word only, and printed documents. Note that if you use themes in printed documents, you might want to remove any background colors or graphics applied by a theme. A theme is a set of unified design elements and color schemes. When you apply a theme to a document, Word customizes the background colors, bullets, heading styles, body text, lists, horizontal lines, hyperlinks, colors, tables, and so forth. For information about adding a theme to e-mail messages, see Chapter 24, “Working and Collaborating Online.”

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You can also use themes when you create Web sites and templates. For more information about creating Web sites in Word, see Chapter 26, “Creating Professional Web Sites,” and for more information about creating templates, see Chapter 16, “Formatting Documents Using Templates, Wizards, Add-Ins, and XML Schemas.”



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