Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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PPT 16
PowerPoint Chapter 1 Creating and Editing a Presentation
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Choosing a Document Theme
You easily can give a presentation a professional and consistent appearance by using a
document theme. This collection of formatting choices includes a set of colors (the color
theme), a set of heading and content text fonts (the font theme), and a set of lines and fi ll
effects (the effects theme). These themes allow you to choose and change the appearance
of all the slides or individual slides in your presentation.
Find the appropriate theme.
In the initial steps of this project, you will select a document theme by locating a particular
built-in theme in the Themes group. You could, however, apply a theme at any time while
creating the presentation. Some PowerPoint slide show designers create presentations using
the default Offi ce Theme. This blank design allows them to concentrate on the words being
used to convey the message and does not distract them with colors and various text attributes.
Once the text is entered, the designers then select an appropriate document theme.
To Choose a Document Theme
The document theme identifi er shows the theme currently used in the slide show. PowerPoint initially
uses the Offi ce Theme until you select a different theme. The following steps change the theme for this
presentation from the Offi ce Theme to the Flow document theme.
clicking More
button in Themes
gallery will show
more design themes
Design tab
Click Design on the
Ribbon to display
the Design tab
(Figure 1–16).
inRibbon gallery
groups on Ribbon change
to show commands
related to design because
Design tab now is the
active tab
Figure 1–16
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