Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: More Gradients

Created: Wednesday, October 30, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



Add a quick gradient fill to your shape, and you may run into limitations — for one, PowerPoint’s default gradient options choose all the gradient colors for you — and all available gradients seem to be based on the same color family. While this sort of restraint does keep your slides looking consistent and aesthetic, they also seem to prevent you from playing more with gradients. To play more, you must choose the More Gradients option — this option leads you to a detailed gradient editor that’s capable of making changes to the gradient type, direction, angle, color, etc. We explain these extra gradient options available within PowerPoint 2013 in this tutorial.

Learn about the different options within More Gradients in PowerPoint 2013.

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