Are you one of the persons that enjoy some changes occasionally in the environment that you work in? Are you one of the persons that need to concentrate and stay more focus on your computer screen? This is where Dark Mode appears in Microsoft Outlook. Dark Mode makes it easier for our eyes in an environment with low light. To find out how to set Outlook into Dark Mode, just keep on reading the post below.
We must select the File tab to move into Backstage View and once there, from the left of the drop-down menu that appears we select the Office Account category as shown in the image below.
Once the Office Account category is selected, we notice in the middle of the task pane and under the Account area among the other commands available, we have the Office Theme area located there. If we select the drop-down menu under the Office Theme area, there are located the following Modes available: Colorful, Dark Gray, Black and White. For this post I will select the command Dark Mode.
Once Dark Mode is selected, Outlook has changed into a Black Color Theme which includes Dark Mode. Dark Mode provides a Black Background instead of white for the Message Window. Once we apply Dark Mode in Microsoft Outlook, the same applies to all the other Microsoft Office Programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and etc.
In Black Theme we can read our Messages with a Dark Background as shown in the image below. In the following image, we can see how cool Dark Mode looks like.
In the next image I have opened an E-Mail Message. If the Dark Background is confusing for us to read the Message, we always have the option to turn the Body of the Message into a White Background. All we need to do, is to locate at the top right corner of the Message the Switch Background command as shown below and activate it. Immediately, the Body of the Message turns into white, while all the rest remain Black.
Once we select the Switch Background command, the icon changes into a Moon. If we select it again it will change into a Sun icon.
In the next image, we can see how Dark Mode looks like in Microsoft Excel.
In the next image, we can see how Dark Mode looks like in Microsoft PowerPoint.
As mentioned in the beginning, no matter which application we are working with, once we select Dark Mode Theme or any other Theme it will be applied in all Microsoft Applications.
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