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PowerPoint Text Effects – 02

There are 12 different text effects contained within the sample presentation that you can apply to any text in PowerPoint 2007, 2010 or higher on Windows (and also PowerPoint 2008, 2011 or higher on Mac). Starting from hatched to sketchy and from clean to outlined, these text effects will make your text look great. We created all these effects to replicate a hand drawn look so that it appears that someone drew pencil or charcoal lines inside your text. Some of these text effects may work better with only larger text – play around to see which one works best for your text. Note that, none of these effects are suitable for body text. To use these effects, copy the effect from any of the sample text containers with the help of the Format Painter button, and then click on the text to which you want to apply it.

Download and use the text effects in your own presentations.

Categories: powerpoint, presentation_samples, text

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