In your Word document, you may alter the color of the text. Choose the text you wish to alter. On the Home tab, in the Font group, pick the arrow next to Font Color and then a color. Alternatively, right-click on the text and choose the font color you want.
To change the color of text in Word, select the text to be changed and then select a new color from the Font Color drop-down menu on the Home tab. Each text selection keeps its own coloring. After you've chosen a color for one selection, move on to the next piece of text and do the same.
Press Enter to apply your choice to all the selected text.
Change the color of the text. Begin by going to the post editor and clicking on the paragraph you wish to change. There are a few choices on the right sidebar, including an entire area called Color Settings. Inside, you'll discover options for adjusting the text and background colors. Click on the option you want to use and then click outside of the box to apply it.
To alter the color of a page in Word, go to the Ribbon and select the "Design" option. Then, under the "Page Background" button group, select the "Page Color" drop-down button. You can select a color from one of the areas from the drop-down menu that displays. Alternatively, you can type a new color value into the "Color" text box at the bottom of the screen.
Select More Colors from the Font Color drop-down list. The Colors dialog box appears in Word. Check that the Custom tab is visible. You may set the RGB values for the text color you wish to find at the bottom of the dialog box. Select a color that is close but not exactly the same as what you want.
Change the color of the typeface.
Making Use of the Keyboard To select the text, hold down the Shift key and then use the arrow keys. Leave the last word or letter blank. This will draw attention to the words (or letters) so that the color change may be done.
To change the color of a single word, press Ctrl+A to select all words on the page. Then press the right arrow key until the word you want to change is highlighted. Finally, press the Change Keyword Color button on your keyboard. The keyword colorizer will now display options for changing the color of your selected word. You can choose any color you like!
If you want to change the color of several words, just select them by clicking the mouse where you want each one start and then type the name of the new color into the available box. Press Enter when you're done typing to apply the new colors.
Words that are not defined as headers or footers will take on the background color of your document. You can change this default behavior by going to the Options dialog box. In the Page Setup area, under the Colors tab, click the Edit Custom Colors button. Here you can create your own custom colors that will be used instead of the predefined ones.