Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 3: Entering the Text
Figure 3-1:
Ways of
entering
text.
Enter text on slides the same way you enter text in a Word document — by
wiggling your fingers over the keyboard. While you’re at it, you can change
fonts, the font size of text, and the color of text, as the following pages
explain. (Chapter 1 of this mini-book describes how to get the text for slides
from the headings in a Word document; Book I, Chapter 2 explains
everything a sane person needs to know about handling fonts.)
Choosing fonts for text
If you aren’t happy with the fonts in your presentation, you have three ways
to remedy the problem:
Dig in and choose new fonts on a slide-by-slide basis. Select the text,
go to the Home tab, and choose a font from the Font drop-down list or
the Font dialog box.
Choose a new font on a master slide to change fonts throughout
your presentation. Chapter 2 of this mini-book explains master slides
and how you can use them to change formats simultaneously on many
slides. In Slide Master view, select a master slide and change its fonts on
the Home tab.
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