Saving Themes In PowerPoint, Word, and Excel 2010

Created: Friday, December 17, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:25 am

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Similar to PowerPoint 2007 (also Word and Excel), PowerPoint 2010 uses a variety of built-in Themes that are installed by default. In PowerPoint, you can find these in the Design tab of the Ribbon. It’s a good idea to learn how you can save individual Theme files for several reasons: you may want to customize a particular Theme file, you may want to share it with others, or you may just want to backup the Theme file for future use. Whatever your reason may be, this tutorial shows you how you can save a Theme file from within PowerPoint 2010, Word 2010, or Excel 2010.

Learn how you can save a Theme from within Office 2010 applications.

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