How to change colors in PPT?
Changing the color of PPT is a rather laborious process as you have to manually change the color of each element. My PPT is implemented using vector shapes, illustrations, diagrams and infographics. This format allows you to change the color of objects without additional applications.
In rare cases, vectors used in PPT are imported in EPS format. To change its color, you will need Illustrator. But this is the exception I warn you ahead of time in the PPT description.
Change font style and color
In KeyNote, you can automatically change the font type and color of the entire PPT. These changes are made in master slideshow mode. To do this, select View > Edit Master Slide in the top menu.
Click Format in the top menu, then use the mouse to select the block of text you want to format. You will see the name of the style in the sidebar. Make the necessary changes and click Update next to the style name. Changes will be applied to every slide that uses the edited styled text block. Note: The next symbol “*” in the style name means that the style is not saved as the base style for the entire PPT. And changes will not be applied to all blocks of this type. Don’t forget to click the “Update” button
change background color
You can change the background color of the entire PPT. These changes are made in master slideshow mode. To do this, select View > Edit Master Slide in the top menu.
Click the Format button in the top menu. NOTE: Do not select any objects, otherwise you will not be able to edit the background. In the “Master Side Layout” sidebar you can change the background color. Available options: No Fill, Color Fill, Gradient Fill, Advanced Gradient Fill, Image Fill, Advanced Image Fill. Changes made to the master slide will be applied to all slides in PPT that use this template as the base template. Note: PPT often uses multiple master slide templates. So don’t forget to change the background of all master slides.
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