Microsoft has a problem. They use the term "theme" in Office in 2 different ways: 1) the 3 background colors you can choose of the Office applications and 2) a collection of colors, fonts, and layout that can be customized and defined by the user
for the applications.
I know how to create a theme in PowerPoint and save it as a default for all new presentations. Allegedly you can you this across Office applications but this is where it breaks down (as far as my user experience goes).
I've created a theme in PowerPoint. It has my custom colors. I want to use that same collection in Outlook.
I can apply it on a email by email basis (Options menu for an email), but I want the default email (new or reply) to use that custom theme. I see my theme in the drop down menu under a heading of Custom, but there isn't a way to set it as default
(behavior differs from PowerPoint here).
So I look under the Outlook File menu, then Options and select Mail. You can change stationary, but the custom theme isn't an option there.
Then there is Styles under the Format Text menu when in a new email. There are color options and font options, but again, no way to leverage the work I did in creating the custom theme.
Searching on customizing themes for Outlook only gets me answers on the first use of the word theme, not the latter.
Is there no way to you the theme I created for Outlook 2013?
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