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How to Change the Default Color Scheme of Office 2007 & 2010?

The most widely used version of Microsoft Office is 2007. And the use of Office 2010 is also increasing rapidly. Both of them are good in doing the tasks. In case of appearance and performance they are slightly vary. 

But the choice of people are not same. Something that I like you may not. For example I don't like the default color scheme of Office 2007 that is light blue. But 2010's appearance is great. 

So, in this post I am gonna show how to change the color scheme of Microsoft Office. If you change the scheme of MS Word then all programs of Office will have that color scheme. 

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Change the Color Scheme of Office 2007 
  1. Open MS Word 2007.
  2. Now Click on the round Office Button located at the top left corner.
  3. Then select Word Option.
  4. Now hit on the Popular from the left panel.
  5. Now you'll be able to see the color scheme.
  6. Now select the color you like. I prefer silver.
  7. Now hit on OK.

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Change the Color Scheme of Office 2010 


  1. Open MS Word 2010.
  2. Now hit on the File button located at the top left corner.
  3. Then select the Options.
  4. Then hit on the General from the left panel.
  5. Now look for Color Scheme located under User Interface Options.
  6. Select a color that you like.
  7. Hit on OK.

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