Changing Theme In Outlook 2016 For Mac

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This article covers creating, deleting or managing profiles in Outlook 2016 for Mac. It may be necessary to create a new profile if there are problems opening Outlook.

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Dark theme or way to darken colors in Outlook 2016 Mac Is there any way to use a dark theme or darken the colors in Outlook 2016 for Mac? My eyes have a hard time focusing on all the light backgrounds and blue colors and need a way to adjust everything to be darker or bolder.

Add a new profile:

  1. From Finder, open the Applications folder

  2. Ctrl+click or right-click Microsoft Outlook, and then click Show Package Contents

  3. Open Contents > SharedSupport, and then double-click Outlook Profile Manager

  4. Click the Create a new profile button

  5. Name the new profile

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Change the default profile. From Finder, open the Applications folder. Ctrl+click or right-click Microsoft Outlook, and then click Show Package Contents. Open Contents SharedSupport, and then double-click Outlook Profile Manager. Select the profile that you want as default. Click Set the default profile. Click Set as Default. Restart Outlook for this change to take effect. Click the “Account” option in the sidebar. On the right, open the “Office Theme” dropdown menu, and then select your desired theme. The default theme in Office 2016 is “Colorful,” but you can also select “White” if you’d rather see starker whites. To enable dark mode, select “Black” for the darkest possible Office style.

Delete a new profile:

  1. From Finder, open the Applications folder

  2. Ctrl+click or right-click Microsoft Outlook, and then click Show Package Contents

  3. Open Contents > SharedSupport, and then double-click Outlook Profile Manager

  4. Select the profile that you want to remove

  5. click the Delete the selected profile button

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Rename an existing profile:

  1. From Finder, open the Applications folder

  2. Ctrl+click or right-click Microsoft Outlook, and then click Show Package Contents

  3. Open Contents > SharedSupport, and then double-click Outlook Profile Manager

  4. Double-click the profile

  5. type a new name for the profile

Change the default profile

How to change theme in outlook 2016 mac
  1. From Finder, open the Applications folder

  2. Ctrl+click or right-click Microsoft Outlook, and then click Show Package Contents

  3. Open Contents > SharedSupport, and then double-click Outlook Profile Manager

  4. Select the profile that you want as default

  5. click Set the default profile

  6. click Set as Default

  7. Restart Outlook for this change to take effect

Changing Theme In Outlook 2016 For Mac
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In Outlook, the default font is 11-point Calibri in black. It's used when you compose new email messages. You can change the default font and its color, size, and style - such as bold or italic.
Outlook allows you to change the font, color, size, and style for new messages and replies and forwards independently.

Change the default font, color, style, and size for messages

  1. On the File tab, choose Options > Mail.

    NOTE: If you have Outlook 2007, choose the Tools menu, then choose Options > Mail Format.

  2. Under Compose messages, choose Stationery and Fonts.

  3. On the Personal Stationery tab, under New mail messages or Replying or forwarding messages, choose Font.

  4. In the Font box, choose the font, style, size, and color that you want to use. You can see a preview of your changes as you make them.

  5. Choose OK three times to return to Outlook.

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Your new settings will take effect immediately.

NOTES: You have to set your font preferences independently for both new messages and replies and forwards.

If the font that you choose isn't installed on the recipient's computer, then the recipient's mail program substitutes an available font.

Restore the initial default font style options

If you later decide you don't want to keep your custom font settings and want to return to the default settings, you can use the above steps, but choose the following values.

  • Font: +Body

  • Font style: Regular

  • Size: 11

  • Font color: Automatic

For more information, please visit the Office Help & Training site.

If you have any questions, come by the Help Desk at Hardman & Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center Room 105, call 646-1840, or email us at [email protected]





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