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Find out how you can use PowerPoint themes for a more professional look. This topic describes how to apply a design to your shop. It is a necessary step if you want a design to be used in a shop window.

Use a design to give colour and sophistication to your presentations.

See Using or creating topics in PowerPoint for more information about topics. The PowerPoint solution offers a wide range of theme options, which include coordination of colour scheme, background, font style and placeholder positioning. The use of ready-made topics makes it quick and simple for you to quickly modify the overall picture of your presentations. You can, however, slightly modify the appearance of your presentations by using a different theme.

In order to apply another topic to your presentations, proceed as follows: In the Designs group on the Design page, click the motif you want to apply. In order to get a glimpse of what the actual transparency looks like with a particular design in use, place the mouse cursor over the miniature of that design. For more topics, on the Design page, in the Designs group, click More.

Hint: Unless you specify otherwise, PowerPoint topics are applied to the whole PowerPoint session. If you want to apply more than one topic to a particular slide show, see Applying more than one topic to a slide show.

Apply, adjust, and store a theme in Word or Excel

Quickly and simply reformat an entire file to give it a clean, contemporary look using a theme. Well, a theme is a range of formating options that include theme colours, theme typefaces (including headline and text typefaces), and theme effect (including line and fill effects).

For information about how to apply or customize a theme in PowerPoint, see Use or design a theme in PowerPoint. Subjects covered in this paper. You can find more information about searching for template documents under Where can I find template documents? If you want to modify the theme that is set by Word and Excel by setting another pre-defined theme or a user-defined theme, choose the theme you want to use.

Your choice of topics affects the style you can use in your work. On the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, if you are using Excel, click Designs. When you use Word, on the Design page, and in the Format Documents group, click Designs. In order to apply a pre-defined theme, click on the theme you want to use.

In order to apply a user-defined theme, under User-defined, click the theme you want to use. Please note: User-defined is only available if you have one or more user-defined templates. See Customizing a Docu Theme below for more information about how to create customized Docu Threads. To find a topic that you want to use that is not included, click Search for Topics to find it on your computer or on your workstation.

In order to adjust a theme, first change the colours, the font types or the line and fills used. Any changes you make to one or more of these theme elements immediately impact the style you apply in the current page. To apply these changes to new docs, you can store them as a user-defined template.

Topic colours contain four text and wallpaper colours, six highlight colours and two hypertext colours. After you click the Theme Color buttons, the colours next to the Theme Color name display the highlight and hypertext colours for that theme.

Each time you modify one of these colours to make your own theme colour sets, the colours in the Theme Colours buttons and next to the theme colour names do so. On the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, if you are using Excel, click Color. On the Design page, in the Document Formatting group, if you are using Word, click Color.

To use Excel, click Add New Topic Colors. When you use Word, click Customize colours. In Topic column, click the Topic colour item you want to modify icon. In Topic colours, choose the colours you want to use. Perform step 3 and 4 again for each colour selection item in the theme that you want to modify.

Click Preview to see how the colours you choose will impact style you've used in your work. Enter a suitable name for the new topic colours in the Name field, and then click Save. 4. Tip: If you want to restore all items in the theme colour to their native colours, click Restore before clicking Save.

Topic scripts contain a headline script and a continuous text script. If you click the Topic Felts icon, you will see the title name and the text type used for each topic type below the topic type name. Now you can modify these two scripts to make your own theme scripts.

On the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, if you are using Excel, click Fonts. When you use Word, click Fonts on the Design page and in the Document Formatting group, click Fonts. To use Excel, click Make New Design Fonts. When you use Word, click Customize Fonts.

Choose the typefaces you want to use in the Title Text and Bodies Text fields. This example is refreshed with the typefaces you selected. Enter a suitable name for the new design typefaces in the Name field, and then click the Save button. Topic affects are line and fills.

If you click the Theme Effects buttons, you'll see the line and fill effect used for each group of Theme Effects in the graphics called Theme Effects. What's more, you'll see the line and fill effect used for each group of Theme effects in the graphics called Theme effects. Even though you can't make your own custom theme effect sets, you can select the theme effect you want to use in your own theme.

On the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, if you are using Excel, click Effects. 3. When you use Word, click the Design page, and then click effects in the Format group. Any changes you make to the color, font, or line and fill effect of a theme can be saved as a user-defined theme that you can apply to other types of work.

On the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, if you are using Excel, click Designs. When you use Word, on the Design page, and in the Document Formatting group, click Designs. Then click Store Topic. Enter a suitable name for the theme in the File name field, and then click Save. 4.

User-defined Topic is stored in the Documents Topics directory and added to the user-defined Topic lists itself. If you want to modify the theme that is set by Word and Excel by setting another pre-defined theme or a user-defined theme, choose the theme you want to use. Your choice of topics affects the style you can use in your work.

In the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, click Designs. In order to apply a pre-defined theme, click the theme you want to use under Built-In. In order to apply a user-defined theme, under User-defined, click the theme you want to use. Please note: User-defined is only available if you have one or more user-defined templates.

See Customizing a Docu Theme below for more information about how to create customized Docu Threads. To find a topic that you want to use that is not included, click Search for Topics to find it on your computer or on your workstation. In order to adjust a theme, first change the colours, the font styles or the line and fills used.

Any changes you make to one or more of these theme elements immediately impact the style you apply in the current page. To apply these changes to new docs, you can store them as a user-defined template. Topic colours contain four text and wallpaper colours, six highlight colours and two hypertext colours.

After you click the Theme Color buttons, the colours next to the Theme Color name display the highlight and hypertext colours for that theme. Each time you modify one of these colours to make your own theme colour sets, the colours in the Theme Colours buttons and next to the theme colour names do so.

In the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, click Colors. Then click Add New Topic Color. In Topic column, click the Topic colour item you want to modify icon. In Topic colours, choose the colours you want to use. Perform step 3 and 4 again for each colour selection item in the theme that you want to modify.

Click Preview to see how the colours you choose will impact style you've used in your work. Enter a suitable name for the new topic colours in the Name field, and then click Save. 4. Tip: If you want to restore all items in the theme colour to their native colours, click Restore before clicking the Save button.

Topic scripts contain a headline script and a continuous text script. If you click the Topic Felts icon, you will see the title name and the text type used for each topic type below the topic type name. Now you can modify these two scripts to make your own theme scripts.

In the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, click Types of Characters. Then click New Topic Felts. Choose the typefaces you want to use in the Title Text and Bodies Text fields. This example is refreshed with the typefaces you selected. Enter a suitable name for the new design typefaces in the Name field, and then click the Save button.

Topic affects are line and fills. If you click the Theme Effects buttons, you'll see the line and fill effect used for each group of Theme effects in the graphics called Theme Effects. What's more, you'll see the line and fill effect used for each group of Theme Effects in the graphics called Theme effects. Even though you can't make your own custom theme effect collection, you can select the theme effect you want to use in your own theme.

In the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, click Effects. 3. Any changes you make to the color, font, or line and fill effect of a theme can be saved as a user-defined theme that you can apply to other types of work. In the Page Layout page, in the Designs group, click Designs.

Then click Store Topic. Enter a suitable name for the theme in the File name field, and then click Save. 4. User-defined Topic is stored in the Documents Topics directory and added to the user-defined Topic lists by default.

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