Can I Get a Better Green?

Created: Friday, February 7, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

Theme colors are an integral part of a PowerPoint template. These colors appear in all of the Ribbon galleries and will influence the look of graphics and charts created with the template. But what about the tints and shades that populate the rest of the gallery? PowerPoint automatically generates these values based on the Theme colors. You cannot manually set any of the tints or shades. You’ve probably seen a few tints that were so bright that they hurt your eyes! How can you adjust these screamingly intense tints so the full color palette is usable?

Learn how you can change the tints and shades of colors that show up within the Theme color galleries.

Categories: color, powerpoint, themes, tutorials

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