If you get bored of the standard theme of your Office desktop apps, you can change color and background to give it a more personal feel. It's simple and requires only a few simple steps, so let's take it.
Change Office Color Theme via App Options
By default, Office uses what is called "Colorful" theme. This theme gives the title bar the color of the respective app. For example, Word's blue, Excel is green, PowerPoint is red and so on. In addition, it gives you a standard light gray background and a band and a white content area.
You can switch themes from any Office application, and these changes are made in all your Office apps.
First, open all Office programs. We use Word in this example.
Click on the "File" tab at the top left of the band.
A box appears on the left side with several different options. Right at the bottom of the box, select "Options".
In the Word Options window that appears, make sure that the "General" tab is selected on the left and then on the right, find the "Customize your copy of Microsoft Office" section. Here you can change your Office background and theme.
You have four theme options: Colorful, Dark Gray, Black or White. Select the theme you want to use.
Next, if you want to change the Office background, you have a few choices to choose from: 19659017] Doodle Circles