Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
You can adjust the formatting of an object to make it more visually appealing or easier to see
against a slide background. For example, you can add a fill color, modify the font, change the
thickness or color of lines, and modify arrow styles. Details and fine-tuning such as object formatting
make your presentation pop — you can produce objects very specific to your needs and adjust the
colors of objects to look good against the background of the slide and other objects on the slide.
1 Click the object to format.
The object’s contextual tab
Note: You can learn how to select
and format text in Chapter 4.
2 Click the Drawing Tools
3 Click the Shape Styles down
arrow ( ).
4 Click a color scheme from the
The color scheme changes.
5 Click Shape Fill to change the
color of the object.
6 Click a color from the color