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Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Text Fills

Text in PowerPoint is usually either black or white. Sometimes, it may sport another color depending upon the Theme applied to the presentation. While these defaults work very well most of the time, there may be instances when you want the text to convey a mood or express more than the words it contains. Yes, you can apply a WordArt Style to your text but even that option uses presets that you choose from — and those same presets are available to anyone who uses PowerPoint! To stand apart, you can use PowerPoint’s Text Fill options that provides you with plenty of choices that you customize — these text fill options include solid colors, gradients, textures, and also pictures.

Learn about various fill options for text in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.

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