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Hi Sam, Apologies for the erroneous instructions... The corrected response is: You can change the screen colour in the Backstage View (File / Options); then select from the Office Themes section
Hello Sam, Thank you for your question. You can change the screen colour in the Backstage View (File / Info); then select from the three options presented in the screen. Hope this helps.
Hi Paul, Thanks for the question. If I understand correctly, here is what I believe you should do. On the Home tab, in the Styles group, click Change Styles, then Colors. Click Create New Theme
UPDATE: Hi Lisa, I understand 100%. No problem. Here is my recommendation. Lock (CTRL+Shift+F9) your current TOCs and then create another TOC that is linked to the story titles. Hope
Good day Lyn, Thank you for your question. As far as I am aware, when you create and save styles to the normal.dot template, those styles remain across all Word documents created from that template
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