How do I change the background color of one page in Word 2016?

To do this, go to the Page Layout ribbon tab and choose Page Color….Add a background colour to Word on just one single page

  1. Go to Insert.
  2. Choose Shapes.
  3. Choose a square to insert. Extend it to the full page and give it its colour properties as you wish.

What is a placeholder in Microsoft Word?

Placeholder is also called as dummy text or filler text. It is a character, word, or string of characters that temporarily holds the place to the final data.

How do I change the placeholder in Word?

On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click Design Mode. Click the content control where you want to revise the placeholder instructional text. Edit the placeholder text and format it any way you want.

How do you change the background color on Microsoft Word 2007?

Open your word document and choose Page Layout on the Ribbon, then select page color to select the background color you want. The nice thing about Word 2007 is you just need to hover the mouse over each color to see a preview of how it will look in the document. Select the background color you want and you are done.

How do you remove background color in Word 2007?

Word gives you the ability to remove a background just as easily as you add one.

  1. Click the “Page Layout” tab at the top of Word. Options appear in the toolbar below.
  2. Click the “Page Color” drop-down menu, found in the “Page Background” section of the toolbar.
  3. Click the “No Color” option to remove the page background.

How do I remove a background template in Word?

  1. Go to Microsoft Office’s Web page of free business card templates (link in Resources).
  2. Click a template design you like, then click the “Download” button next to it to download it.
  3. Click on the first card on the Word page to select it.
  4. Press the “Delete” key on your keyboard to delete the template’s background.

Why is Microsoft Word background black?

In Word, click File > Account and make sure that you haven’t inadvertently selected the “Black” Office Theme. Choose one of the other options instead. However, since you are seeing white text on a black background, also check if you have enabled one of the high contrast themes in Windows.