Learn PowerPoint 2008: Applying Theme Colors and Theme Fonts in PowerPoint

Created: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:41 am



When you apply a Theme to a PowerPoint presentation, it completely changes the appearance of the slides. This happens because a Theme contains a set of predefined Theme Colors, Theme Fonts, Theme Effects, Theme Backdrops, etc. However there may be scenarios in which you really don’t require such a complete makeover or metamorphosis. In that case, you can still change only Theme Colors and Theme Fonts and leave all other Theme attributes unchanged. This will change just the colors and/or the fonts in your slides.

Learn how to apply Theme Colors and Theme Fonts in PowerPoint 2008 for Mac.

Categories: office_mac, powerpoint_2008, themes, tutorials

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