Saving Themes In PowerPoint, Word, and Excel 2008 for Mac

Created: Thursday, January 6, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:41 am



Microsoft Office 2008 includes plenty of Themes that allow you to change how your documents, slides, and worksheets look. These Themes are available in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint — in PowerPoint 2008, these built-in Themes can be found within the Slide Themes tab in the Elements Gallery. You can make some customizations to these Themes and then save or share the changed Themes — in this tutorial, you are going to learn how you can do that within the various Office 2008 for Mac applications.

Learn how to save the active Theme in PowerPoint, Excel, and Word 2008.

Categories: office_mac, powerpoint_2008, themes, tutorials

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