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How to change color scheme in Word 2010

The color scheme can be changed in Word 2010 using Word Options. The default color scheme is Silver.

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Click on the File menu –> Options

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Under Color scheme dropdown select the your preferred color. The list of values available in the drop down are

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For example if you choose blue, Word Color Scheme would be changed to blue as shown below

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13 comments… add one
  • that was very helpful, thanks.

  • Thanks for that info..it really helped 🙂

  • Thank you so much – I much prefer blue to silver! I’m so happy that the background colour could be changed : )

  • Is there more colors rather than silver, blue, or black??? I want some styles in my schemes….

  • Thanks, :). -Are there any more colour scemes/styles we can get?

  • Thank you. . . It helps so much. . . sakit mata

  • Hi,

    Thanks a ton for updating this with screenshots.

  • this doesnt help. its only 3 colors. thats stupid.

  • Thanks so much, I had a hard time viewing the words in silver

  • Are there more color options beside the 3 that are pre-loaded?

  • Is there any way to change the blue border at the top where the name of the program and the document is shown. I find the text very difficult to read in all the Office 2010 programs.

    Thanks

  • Is there any way to change the blue border at the top where the name of the program and the document is shown and the lower taskbar. I find the text very difficult to read in all the Office 2010 programs. Also the blue background is very pale can I darken this.

  • This is not what I need to know. I want to change the puke yellow top band and border around pop up boxes. It must be possible to change it was a different color on my last computer.

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