Excel has Theme feature by which we can change the presentation of our worksheets with a lot of customizations. There are several built-in themes and also you can make your themes too. Here, you will learn how to apply the Slice theme in Excel with easy steps and proper illustrations.
How to Apply a Theme in Excel
First, I’ll show how to apply a theme to a workbook in Excel. For that, we’ll use the following Excel table that represents some salespersons’ sales in different regions.
- Click as follows: Page Layout > Themes.
Then you will get all the built-in office themes like the image below. Also, you can browse for a theme if you have any downloaded or saved themes.
- Just click any of the themes and it will be applied. I clicked the theme- Gallery.
It’s the outlook of the theme- Gallery.
Remember one thing– when you change a theme, it will be applied to all of your worksheets.
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How to Apply a Slice Theme in Excel
Now, let’s see how to apply the Slice theme.
- First, click Page Layout > Themes and then select the Slice theme from the third row of the appeared themes.
Here’s the overview of the Slice theme. It uses Cyan color for the Excel table and Century Gothic font.
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How to Change Slice Theme Colors, Fonts, and Effects in Excel
In this section, we’ll learn how to change the colors, fonts, and effects in the Slice theme. So using these features, if you don’t like anything about the theme, you can customize it.
First, we’ll learn how to change theme colors.
- Click as follows: Page Layout > Colors.
- Then select your desired color from the drop-down list or click Customize Colors to make your color combination. Here, I selected Green Yellow color.
The outlook of the dataset after applying the Green Yellow color.
Now, let’s change the theme font. The Slice theme uses Century Gothic font by default. We’ll change it to Arial.
- Click as follows: Page Layout > Fonts.
- Later, choose your desired font from the drop-down list. I chose Arial.
Now see, we are still in the Slice theme but the font is changed.
By changing the Effects, we can change the look of any objects in our worksheet. It has various borders, visual effects, and shades that can give a different look to the objects. To show it, I have added a Left Arrow in my worksheet which contains the default color of the Slice theme.
- Click as follows: Page Layout > Effects.
- After that, click on any effect from the appeared options. I clicked Glossy.
Now have a look, It has added borders outside of the arrow.
Download Practice Workbook
You can download the free Excel workbook from here and practice on your own.
I hope the procedures described above will be good enough to apply the slice theme in Excel. Feel free to ask any question in the comment section and please give me feedback.