In Word 2008 for Mac, you can change the font, font size, and style of text, color or text, and even apply special effects to text, such as a shadow. Before you change fonts, you usually have to selecttext or images you want to modify.
1 Firstly, this is wrong, because it will change the color of the text also, not just the color of the icon, as requested. Secondly, using inline css should not be promoted. – Adrian Schmidt Sep 6 '13 at 15:31.
You use the Font dialog to change the look of your font, which you can display by choosing Format→Font (or press Command+D). Here are the changes you can make in the Font dialog:
Click a font of your choice from the Font list.
In the Font Style list, choosebold, italic, or any of the other attributes you want.
To make the text bigger or smaller, scroll down in the Size list and click a size.
Choose your Font color and Underline style and color.
In the Effects area, choose the other text attributes you’d like to apply:
Strikethrough: Places a single line through the middle of your text.
Double Strikethrough: Places two lines through the middle of your text.
Superscript: Superscripts the character(s) you select.
Subscript: Subscriptsyour selected character(s).
Shadow: Creates a shadow effect.
Outline: Makes your text look as though it’s outlined.
Emboss: Makes the text seem to pop out.
Engrave: Makes the text seem engraved on the page.
Small Caps: Small caps look like this: Small Caps.
All Caps: Capitalizes all your selected text.
A good way to change the appearance of your Mac’s screen is to modify the colors used in windows, menus, and dialogs. To change the color of these user interface items, follow these steps: Choose Command→System Preferences and click the General icon. Or, Control-click the System Preferences icon on the Dock and choose General from. Is there any registry hack to achive this?, Becoz Microsoft removed this option in Win7 as this icon fonts are dynamic and will automatically change based on the desktop background color.
When you’re finished making your changes, click OK.
The Preview area near the bottom of the Font dialog shows you the effect of your choices before you click the OK button.
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Is there any registry hack to achive this?, Becoz Microsoft removed this option in Win7 as this icon fonts are dynamic and will automatically change based on the desktop background color.
surockk hi, you might a 3rd party app that could do it, but see,
The only ones I have seen were for XP, and were very iffy in Vista.
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