Microsoft® Outlook 2010 Themes
If simplicity is what you look for in your productivity suite, Microsoft Office 2010 is definitely what you should settle for. Undoubtedly, simplicity is accompanied with several positives – less distractions, more productivity, and stylish for sure. In this article, we have compiled for you information on everything you wanted to know about the Microsoft Outlook 2010 themes. So, here you go:
Themes in Microsoft Outlook 2010
Microsoft Outlook 2010 themes would help you lessen your boredom. Most users are bored with the old pattern of Microsoft Outlook, and if you too are one of them, you will certainly love returning to this application – a big reason is the available themes. Microsoft Outlook 2010 offers you three color themes to choose from – Black, Silver, and Blue (most users are still hoping for more additions to the list). The default theme for Microsoft Outlook 2010 is the Silver theme. As the text (the messages, options in the reading pane, lists) is dark (Black) against the Silver background, it enables you a better read. In addition, the flattened display and the sharp ribbon (minus borders and colors) in Microsoft Outlook 2010 theme make the application appear professional, well-spaced out, and certainly a very easy-to-focus-on program.
Here is how you can change the Microsoft Outlook 2010 Theme
Follow the easy four-step solution to change your Microsoft Outlook 2010 theme:
- Click on the ‘File’ tab
- Further click on ‘Options’
- Choose the ‘General’ tab
- Scroll up/down to pick a different color scheme
Keep the new theme intact till you are bored of it. And when you need a change, you can follow the steps mentioned above to choose your pick of theme, from the ones available in your productivity suite. However, you need to note one thing before you attempt to change the Microsoft Outlook 2010 Theme. The productivity suite has been designed in a way to offer you uniformity across the different applications ÂÂ-– Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, etc. Therefore, when you change the Microsoft Outlook 2010 Theme, the suite will invariably also change the theme in the remaining applications, without you specifying it separately.