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So if we are lucky, maybe they are still listening and will add a few more. It would be simple enough for them to port the 2007 and 2010 color schemes.
Here are a few more places you can make your point.
- Microsoft Outlook 2013: Change Default Fonts & Theme This tutorial provides details on how to change the Font, Theme color and more for your Outlook client. In Outlook under the File tab, click on Options. Under Outlook Options, under Mail, scroll down a bit to find Use stationery to change.
- On the Mac you can choose between two Office themes: Colorful or Classic. Additionally, if you're an Office 365 subscriber you can set macOS to Dark Mode and Office will respect that choice. To change the Office theme click on the menu for your Office application (Word, Excel, etc) and select Preferences > General.
- Changing the color theme for Outlook 2013. But what you also need is to change the background of Outlook 2013 via the Office theme from File>Options>General>Office Theme – I changed mine to Dark Gray and life is much better. Now if we can solve the emails disappearing from the inbox as they download from servier.
MS has a very large audience, so if you want your suggestion to be acted upon you need many people to make the same suggestion. So ask your friends, fiends <grin>, enemies, relatives, co-workers, strangers on the street also submit your suggestion to all of the following locations.
Changing the Color Theme for Outlook 2013. Thanks to Steve Laskers’ MSDN Blog for the below how-to! If you’ve upgraded to Outlook 2013 and are struggling with the new softer look, and missing the older higher contrast look in the reading view, you may be wondering about changing the themes.
Here is proofthat once in a blue moon MS does actually listen to user input about some of it’s “stupid” design decisions: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/05/09/visual_studio_11_grey_no_more/
So “.. yes Virginia …”, it is worth complaining about the stupid ribbon, or other pet peeve, they sometimes pay attention.
But then again, when I looked at the “before” and “after” I don’t see much improvement!I’m afraid this is a fore-runner for a “metrofied” Office 15. Well, we’ll see.
Another example of MS sometimes listening is found in Outlook. In 2010 MS removed the “Unread” messages view from Outlook.In 2013 the “Unread” view is returned.
There there are examples of how well the “listen”, like the 2013 Preview White color scheme. The “fix” is 14 new application bar designs, and 2 shades of grey color schemes …
In addition, this page has screen captures of Outlook 2013 RTM (don’t miss reading the comments, they are hilarious):
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Screen caps of new “color” scheme.But at least they have a choice of 14 “background designs” for the title bars.Well, there you go, we can see that they certainly have their priorities straight<sigh>
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https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=E9A78C332557256F!297&authkey=!AGZ-GhCx9Q1ZUug – JPG comparing color schemes from 2003-2013(RTM)
https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=E9A78C332557256F!298&authkey=!AN36Nw-TqH6py2M – Original DOC comparing Color Schemes from 2003-2013 (RTM) allows you to zoom in for more detailsMicrosoft: Tell us what you thinkOffice 2013 / Office 365 Preview Help ForumMS Office 365