Learn PowerPoint 2010: Format Painter

Created: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:40 am



It’s easy to duplicate stuff in PowerPoint but if you already have formatted a shape exactly as you want after applying effects, fills, outlines, etc. and need to apply the same look to 50 other shapes within the presentation, then you know that you are in for a few hours of repetitive work, manually formatting each shape! Fortunately, the Format Painter command can rescue you from this monotonous task very easily!

Learn how to use the Format Painter command effectively in PowerPoint 2010.

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