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Apply color scheme colors to specific items on your form template Introduction to color schemes You can use the Color Schemes task pane to automatically apply coordinated colors to certain items on your form template.
Each color scheme consists of six colors that are designed to visually work well together. When you apply a color scheme to your form template, only the following items change color: Text that is formatted with any of the built-in heading styles that are available in the Font task pane Header row background colors and cell borders in repeating tables The Table with Title layout table Tip: If you want the background of your form template to pick up the colors in a color scheme, you can place additional layout tables and controls inside the Table with Title layout table.
Alternatively, you can click the Background Color command on the Format menu to manually apply a color from the color scheme to the entire background of your form template. Remember that colors appear differently on different screens, so you may want to view the colors that you select on different computers to see how your form template looks.
Because color schemes are not supported in template parts, the Color Schemes task pane is unavailable when you design template parts. Although the Color Schemes task pane is available in the sample form templates, the colors in the form template do not change when you click a color scheme in the Apply a color scheme list.
Top of Page Change the color scheme for a form template Whenever you create a new form template, InfoPath automatically applies the Blue color scheme.
You can use the Color Schemes task pane to select a different color scheme. On the Format menu, click Color Schemes. In the Color Schemes task pane, click a color scheme in the Apply a color scheme list. To remove the currently applied color scheme, click None in the Apply a color scheme list.
Top of Page Apply color scheme colors to specific items on your form template Only some of the items on a form template change color automatically when you apply a color scheme. However, you can apply colors from the selected color scheme to other items on your form template, including text boxes, sections, and control labels.
When you apply a color scheme to your form template, the colors from that color scheme appear at the top of any color palette in the InfoPath user interface. For example, in the following image, the six color tiles that appear in the top row of the color palette represent the colors in the Burgundy color scheme.
The color palette is accessible from the Borders and Shading and View Properties dialog boxes, as well as the Font task pane. You can also access it from various buttons on the Formatting toolbar, such as the Font Color and Highlight buttons.
You must change them manually to match the new color scheme. In the following procedures, you will learn how to apply colors from the active color scheme to the borders and backgrounds of controls or table cells, to the background of the form template, and to text on the form template. Apply a color scheme color to the border of a control or table Right-click the control, table, or cell that you want to modify.
On the shortcut menu, click Borders and Shading. Click the Borders tab. Click the arrow next to the Color box. Click one of the colors in the top row of the color palette.
To apply a border that uses one of the colors from the color scheme, do one of the following: To apply a predefined set of borders, under Presets, click the button for the borders that you want. To apply only specific parts of a border, under Border, click the button for each part of the border that you want.
In some cases, you may need to click the buttons more than once to see a change. Apply a color scheme color to the background of a control or table You can also apply a color scheme color to the background of text boxes, list boxes, and other controls on your form template.
Right-click the control, table, or cell that you want to modify. Click the Shading tab. To apply a color from the currently selected color scheme, click one of the colors in the top row of the color palette.If you’re not a designer, color selection for an infographic design can be tiresome and aggravating.
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