Microsoft Office’s Dark Mode now works in documents as well

Previously, dark mode only affected the ribbon and toolbar, but not the document itself.

Microsoft announced more extensive dark mode in Word on Tuesday

Since we spend a lot of time looking at the screen, it has become increasingly important to reduce eye strain and adjust our sensitivity to light. Therefore, extending the Black Office theme to include the entire document is important for user comfort. To access the feature, click File> Account> Office Theme> Black. The nice thing about the new change is that you can switch from black to white background of the page.

When you choose a dark theme, Microsoft said that the colors in your document will also shift to accommodate the new color contrast – red, blue, yellow and other colors will shift slightly to dampen the overall effect of the color palette and look visually more comfortable with the new dark background. It is still useful if you see a document without applying the dark mode because you will know how others will see it by default, for example when you send it to a colleague. You can switch between the white and dark background of the document, or even disable the dark background completely by going to File> Options> General> Personalize.

More extensive changes to Word’s dark mode are currently available to Insider Beta Channel users, who are using the 2012 version (Build 13518.10000). The feature is slowly being introduced in Insiders to ensure things work smoothly. If the testing goes well, we hope to see the same features brought to a stable release.

If you’re not an Office 365 subscriber, Google supports the dark mode available in documents, spreadsheets, and presentations.

Source: Xda-developers


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