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Right now what I've done for the newer machine is I've copied a Word doc, thus formatted, into 2011. I've saved it as a template, and in various forms so I can use it for work. But having that option was a nifty little feature and I miss it. I'll check again the version I"m talking about but I'm pretty sure it's 2008. In all cases I'm talking about Word/Office for Mac.
The template solution is actually a nifty idea. I have use this method myself with Windows Word (various versions) whenever I needed a special background or style.

I still have my copy of Office 2008 but it's not on this machine. I use it on my notebook (MacBook) while using 2011 on the iMac where I do most of my work. If I get some time today, I'll check to see if I can change the background color using the method you wrote about.
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