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Gary James 
20 days ago
Richard, I accidentally applied a Theme to my project, and I can't find a way to remove it.  What's the secret to ridding myself of this colorful scourge.
Kevin Robertson
20 days ago
The default Theme is Office. Go back into Themes and select it.
Gary James
11 days ago
Thanks for the reply.   I surfed the interweb looking for an answer on how to remove a theme, and nowhere could I find anything about undoing an applied theme.   Everything was how to add themes to an office project.   Just like my accidental application of a theme, I accidentally pushed the Office Theme, and voil', everything was back.   I've never used themes in my projects, so it appears the current industry mindset assumes that everybody inherently knows that the Office theme is applied by default.
Richard Rost
11 days ago
Yeah... I may have mentioned that in one of my classes... not sure...
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