How to Apply a Theme in wordApplying a theme in Word
Please try again later later. Jason Manibog, an experienced developer, shows in this LearnKey's Word 2016 course how to create a Word file with integrated topics.
Applying a theme to a Word 2016 file
To select a theme in Word 2016, use the Designs buttons on the Design page. Embedded topics are displayed along with any user-defined topics you have made. Every built-in design manages all three important design components (colors, text, graphic effects) and changes the content of your documents accordingly. When you hover over a topic, your documents change visual, which is a way to get a previewer of the topics.
To select a topic, click on it. And because a single design can only use one theme at a stretch, selecting a new design will replace the theme. In order to remove a theme from your documents, select the Office theme or the Reset to Theme from Template option. Use the Colors, Font Types, or Effects ribbon on the Design panel to modify only part of a theme, such as a document's font types.
Apply a topic to a paper
Follow David Rivers for an in-depth conversation in this videotape that applies a topic to a paper that is part of Office 365 for Mac: Word-essential training. Find out how to design, reformat, and publish a large number of Office 365 for Mac versions of Microsoft Word for your office. Writer David Rivers creates new documentation from template and scrap, formats text and pages, works with header and footer, uses topics and style, adds rich media, and more.
It also shows how you can easily collaborate on your document and accelerate your work flow with macro functionality.