com.aspose.words

  • java.lang.Object
    • com.aspose.words.Theme
  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    java.lang.Cloneable
    public class Theme 
    extends java.lang.Object

Represents document Theme, and provides access to main theme parts including MajorFonts, MinorFonts and Colors

Example:

Shows how to set custom colors and fonts for themes.
Document doc = new Document(getMyDir() + "Theme colors.docx");

// The "Theme" object gives us access to the document theme, a source of default fonts and colors.
Theme theme = doc.getTheme();

// Some styles, such as "Heading 1" and "Subtitle", will inherit these fonts.
theme.getMajorFonts().setLatin("Courier New");
theme.getMinorFonts().setLatin("Agency FB");

// Other languages may also have their custom fonts in this theme.
Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMajorFonts().getComplexScript(), "");
Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMajorFonts().getEastAsian(), "");
Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMinorFonts().getComplexScript(), "");
Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMinorFonts().getEastAsian(), "");

// The "Colors" property contains the color palette from Microsoft Word,
// which appears when changing shading or font color.
// Apply custom colors to the color palette so we have easy access to them in Microsoft Word
// when we, for example, change the font color via "Home" -> "Font" -> "Font Color",
// or insert a shape, and then set a color for it via "Shape Format" -> "Shape Styles".
ThemeColors colors = theme.getColors();
colors.setDark1(Color.BLUE);
colors.setLight1(Color.GREEN);
colors.setDark2(Color.MAGENTA);
colors.setLight2(Color.BLACK);

colors.setAccent1(Color.RED);
colors.setAccent2(Color.PINK);
colors.setAccent3(Color.YELLOW);
colors.setAccent4(Color.orange);
colors.setAccent5(Color.cyan);
colors.setAccent6(Color.darkGray);

// Apply custom colors to hyperlinks in their clicked and un-clicked states.
colors.setHyperlink(Color.WHITE);
colors.setFollowedHyperlink(Color.lightGray);

doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Themes.CustomColorsAndFonts.docx");

Constructor Summary
 
Property Getters/Setters Summary
ThemeColorsgetColors()
Allows to specify the set of theme colors for the document.
ThemeFontsgetMajorFonts()
Allows to specify the set of major fonts for different languages.
ThemeFontsgetMinorFonts()
Allows to specify the set of minor fonts for different languages.
 

    • Constructor Detail

      • Theme

        public Theme()
    • Property Getters/Setters Detail

      • getColors

        public ThemeColors getColors()
        
        Allows to specify the set of theme colors for the document.

        Example:

        Shows how to set custom colors and fonts for themes.
        Document doc = new Document(getMyDir() + "Theme colors.docx");
        
        // The "Theme" object gives us access to the document theme, a source of default fonts and colors.
        Theme theme = doc.getTheme();
        
        // Some styles, such as "Heading 1" and "Subtitle", will inherit these fonts.
        theme.getMajorFonts().setLatin("Courier New");
        theme.getMinorFonts().setLatin("Agency FB");
        
        // Other languages may also have their custom fonts in this theme.
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMajorFonts().getComplexScript(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMajorFonts().getEastAsian(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMinorFonts().getComplexScript(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMinorFonts().getEastAsian(), "");
        
        // The "Colors" property contains the color palette from Microsoft Word,
        // which appears when changing shading or font color.
        // Apply custom colors to the color palette so we have easy access to them in Microsoft Word
        // when we, for example, change the font color via "Home" -> "Font" -> "Font Color",
        // or insert a shape, and then set a color for it via "Shape Format" -> "Shape Styles".
        ThemeColors colors = theme.getColors();
        colors.setDark1(Color.BLUE);
        colors.setLight1(Color.GREEN);
        colors.setDark2(Color.MAGENTA);
        colors.setLight2(Color.BLACK);
        
        colors.setAccent1(Color.RED);
        colors.setAccent2(Color.PINK);
        colors.setAccent3(Color.YELLOW);
        colors.setAccent4(Color.orange);
        colors.setAccent5(Color.cyan);
        colors.setAccent6(Color.darkGray);
        
        // Apply custom colors to hyperlinks in their clicked and un-clicked states.
        colors.setHyperlink(Color.WHITE);
        colors.setFollowedHyperlink(Color.lightGray);
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Themes.CustomColorsAndFonts.docx");
      • getMajorFonts

        public ThemeFonts getMajorFonts()
        
        Allows to specify the set of major fonts for different languages.

        Example:

        Shows how to set custom colors and fonts for themes.
        Document doc = new Document(getMyDir() + "Theme colors.docx");
        
        // The "Theme" object gives us access to the document theme, a source of default fonts and colors.
        Theme theme = doc.getTheme();
        
        // Some styles, such as "Heading 1" and "Subtitle", will inherit these fonts.
        theme.getMajorFonts().setLatin("Courier New");
        theme.getMinorFonts().setLatin("Agency FB");
        
        // Other languages may also have their custom fonts in this theme.
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMajorFonts().getComplexScript(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMajorFonts().getEastAsian(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMinorFonts().getComplexScript(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMinorFonts().getEastAsian(), "");
        
        // The "Colors" property contains the color palette from Microsoft Word,
        // which appears when changing shading or font color.
        // Apply custom colors to the color palette so we have easy access to them in Microsoft Word
        // when we, for example, change the font color via "Home" -> "Font" -> "Font Color",
        // or insert a shape, and then set a color for it via "Shape Format" -> "Shape Styles".
        ThemeColors colors = theme.getColors();
        colors.setDark1(Color.BLUE);
        colors.setLight1(Color.GREEN);
        colors.setDark2(Color.MAGENTA);
        colors.setLight2(Color.BLACK);
        
        colors.setAccent1(Color.RED);
        colors.setAccent2(Color.PINK);
        colors.setAccent3(Color.YELLOW);
        colors.setAccent4(Color.orange);
        colors.setAccent5(Color.cyan);
        colors.setAccent6(Color.darkGray);
        
        // Apply custom colors to hyperlinks in their clicked and un-clicked states.
        colors.setHyperlink(Color.WHITE);
        colors.setFollowedHyperlink(Color.lightGray);
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Themes.CustomColorsAndFonts.docx");
      • getMinorFonts

        public ThemeFonts getMinorFonts()
        
        Allows to specify the set of minor fonts for different languages.

        Example:

        Shows how to set custom colors and fonts for themes.
        Document doc = new Document(getMyDir() + "Theme colors.docx");
        
        // The "Theme" object gives us access to the document theme, a source of default fonts and colors.
        Theme theme = doc.getTheme();
        
        // Some styles, such as "Heading 1" and "Subtitle", will inherit these fonts.
        theme.getMajorFonts().setLatin("Courier New");
        theme.getMinorFonts().setLatin("Agency FB");
        
        // Other languages may also have their custom fonts in this theme.
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMajorFonts().getComplexScript(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMajorFonts().getEastAsian(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMinorFonts().getComplexScript(), "");
        Assert.assertEquals(theme.getMinorFonts().getEastAsian(), "");
        
        // The "Colors" property contains the color palette from Microsoft Word,
        // which appears when changing shading or font color.
        // Apply custom colors to the color palette so we have easy access to them in Microsoft Word
        // when we, for example, change the font color via "Home" -> "Font" -> "Font Color",
        // or insert a shape, and then set a color for it via "Shape Format" -> "Shape Styles".
        ThemeColors colors = theme.getColors();
        colors.setDark1(Color.BLUE);
        colors.setLight1(Color.GREEN);
        colors.setDark2(Color.MAGENTA);
        colors.setLight2(Color.BLACK);
        
        colors.setAccent1(Color.RED);
        colors.setAccent2(Color.PINK);
        colors.setAccent3(Color.YELLOW);
        colors.setAccent4(Color.orange);
        colors.setAccent5(Color.cyan);
        colors.setAccent6(Color.darkGray);
        
        // Apply custom colors to hyperlinks in their clicked and un-clicked states.
        colors.setHyperlink(Color.WHITE);
        colors.setFollowedHyperlink(Color.lightGray);
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Themes.CustomColorsAndFonts.docx");