Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Solid Fills for Slide Backgrounds

Created: Friday, December 20, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



PowerPoint’s Slide Backgrounds can be applied with a solid color, a gradient, a texture or a picture, or even one of PowerPoint’s built-in patterns. This tutorial explores how you can use a solid color as the fill for your Slide Background — solid color fills have the advantage of showing a large expanse in just one color. This does keep the slide uncluttered and draws the audience’s attention away from the background to the foreground elements — and that’s a good thing! Unless you use a bright orange, a fluorescent yellow or some other striking color as a background for your slide! So do choose your colors with caution – neutral colors such as white, grey, black, blue, and green always work better.

Learn how to apply solid fills as Slide Backgrounds in PowerPoint 2013.

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