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In the main lesson, you created a quiz to test yourself or your classmate’s knowledge of a topic.

In this extension, you will customize your quiz with a theme.

A theme changes the look of your quiz, so it matches the subject matter or makes your quiz look more appealing.

The theme can reflect the content of the quiz...

Or add visual interest to the quiz form.

To start, open your quiz.

Then, customize the theme.

Choose a theme color that reflects the subject of your quiz, or just something that you like.

You might choose soothing colors to relax the quiz taker.

Or, you might choose your favorite colors or your school colors.

Select a background color that complements the theme color.

Update the font, if you’d like.

Keep your theme simple, or choose to add a header image.

Browse the images included in the Google Forms app by finding the category that suits your subject.

And select your favorite image.

Or, if you have an image in your Drive that you’d like to use for your header image, you can upload it.

Preview your quiz to make sure you like your new theme.

Finally, share your quiz!

Now, it’s your turn: Customize your theme color and background color If you’d like, add a header image from the Forms library Or upload an image from Drive.

And preview and share your quiz.

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