How to Set ThemeTo set the theme
Define a standard theme for your presentation.
Modify the standard theme to a theme that is contained in PowerPoint, or to a theme that you made yourself. And if you haven't already, just design and use the design that you want to set as your standard. See Customize and store a theme in PowerPoint for Mac for more information about how to do this.
Hint: You must store a slideshow before you can set the theme as your standard. In the Design tab, click the arrow under Designs, point to the design that you want to set as the standard, and then click Ctrl+Click. Select Set as defaults theme. Next you open a new slide show, it opens with the theme you set as the defaults.
And if you haven't already, just design and use the design that you want to set as your standard. See Customize and store a theme in PowerPoint for Mac for more information about how to do this. In the Designs page, under Designs, click the arrow next to Theme Save, and then click Set current Theme asault.
Next you open a new slide show, it opens with the theme you set as the defaults. In the Designs page, under Designs, click the arrow next to Safe Theme, and then click Reset default to White Theme.
Specifying Colour Schemes and Font Schemes in the Visual Studio application - Visual Studios - Visual Studios
This 5-10 minutes quick start will allow us to adjust the Visual Studio colour scheme by choosing the black motif. And if you haven't already used Visual Studio, visit the Visual Studio Download page to download it for free. Visual Studio 2017's standard UI colour theme is blue. Let's turn it to darkness.
Select Tools > Option in the menubar, i.e. in the sequence of such menus as File and Edit. Select Dark on the Surroundings > General Settings page, and then select OK. Changing the colour scheme for the whole IDE to dark.
Additionally, you can add pre-defined designs by using the Visual Studio Theme Editor from the Visual Studio Store. Once this utility is installed, you will see extra colour schemes in the Colour scheme drop-down box. First we will make a new XLM document to see the standard colours. Select From the menu toolbar select Select New > Select New.
From the New File pane, under the General heading, select Format file and then Open. Note that the line numbers are a cyan colour and the attribute values (e.g. id="bk101") are a pale azure. We' ll be changing the text colour for these elements. In order to open the Option dialogue field, select Tools > Option from the menubar.
Select the Font and Colors catagory under Environment. Extend the drop-down menu just to see the comprehensive listing of places where you can adjust text and font colors. In order to modify the colour of the text for the line numbers, select Line Number from the Display items group. Select Olive in the Item foreground field.
A number of different language types have their own font and colour preferences. For example, if you are a C++ designer and want to modify the function colour, you can search for C++ features in the display element listing. Also, before we leave the dialogue field, we modify the colour of the underlying text.
From the Display items dropdown menu, browse to the attribute and click to open the attribute selection window. From the Item foreground field, set the option to Line. Click OK to store our selection and exit the dialogue window. Line numbers are now olivgreen, and attribute XMLs are light, lightgreen. When you open another kind of files, e.g. a C++ or C# source files, you will notice that the line numbers also appear in the oliv colour.
There are only a few ways to customize the color in Visual Studio. Hopefully, you'll try the other adjustment choices in the options dialogue to really make Visual Studio your own.