You can format your documents in one shot using the right theme.
Do you often struggle to format your Word documents with the right look and layout? Rather than trying to build your document piece by piece and paragraph by paragraph, you can instead format it in one fell swoop by tapping into a theme.
A theme arranges text and other elements with a certain font, color, and other attributes. Themes can spruce up your documents by automatically applying a particular look and layout to your titles, subtitles, body text and more. You can use a theme on a plain document with no special formatting.
But to get the full benefit of themes, you’ll first want to touch up the key elements of your document with styles. From there, you can choose a specific theme to enhance your entire document. Word comes with several built-in themes, and you can create and save your own themes.
Let’s check out how to use themes in Word.