The Evolution of Office Themes

Created: Thursday, February 18, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Evolution is an interesting concept because it’s the change that’s natural, logical, and involved. And although Themes (Office Themes) did not exist in their present form before Office 2007 for Windows, they did evolve from the humble PowerPoint template. And as you get deeper into how Themes work, you’ll find that PowerPoint uses these Themes in amazing ways, and shares them with Word and Excel. That’s the reason they are called Office Themes rather than PowerPoint Themes.

Learn about Office Themes and how they work specifically in versions of PowerPoint on both Windows and Mac.

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