Themes Basics: Where Are Custom Office Themes and Templates Saved?

Created: Wednesday, July 3, 2019, posted by Geetesh at 2:32 pm

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Have you wondered where the Themes and templates you save from within PowerPoint or other Office applications are located? Remember that your custom Themes and templates location is different than the location where PowerPoint’s built-in Office Themes are saved.

The location for these Themes and templates is important because you may want to share these with colleagues, clients, friends, or family. If you know where you can find these Themes and templates, you can make sure that they are copied to corresponding folders on other computers. And if you are a template designer or even a sysadmin at a large company, this information can be invaluable.

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Where Are Custom Office Themes and Templates Saved?

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