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Creating a Custom Font Theme
5. Click a color in the Standard Colors section. Or, if none of the colors there fi t
your needs, click More Colors, select a color from the Colors dialog box (see Figure
4.16), and click OK. The Colors dialog box has two tabs: The Standard tab has color
swatches, and the Custom tab enables you to defi ne a color numerically by its RGB
(Red Green Blue) or HSL (Hue Saturation Lightness).
FIGURE 4.16
Choose a custom color if none of the standard colors is appropriate.
6. Redefine any other colors as needed.
7. Click Save. The color theme is saved, and now appears at the top of the Colors gal-
lery, in the Custom area.
Creating a Custom Font Theme
You can create your own custom font themes, which are then available in all presentations.
A custom font theme defi nes two fonts: one for headings and one for body text. To create a
custom font theme, follow these steps:
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1. Open Slide Master view if it is not already open (View
Master Views
Slide
Master) .
2. Click Slide Master
Fonts and choose Customize Fonts. The
Create New Theme Fonts dialog box opens. See Figure 4.17.
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3. Type a name for the new font theme in the Name box, replacing the default
text there.
4. Open the Heading Font drop-down list and select the desired font for headings.
 
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