Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
1.2 Format presentations by using slide masters
Fonts Every presentation, even a blank one, has an associated set of two fonts. The
Office section of the Fonts gallery lists the 25 built-in combinations of heading and
body fonts. The top font in each combination is used for titles and headings, and
the bottom font is used for regular text.
Tip If none of the color schemes is exactly what you are looking for, you can create
your own. For example, you might create a custom color scheme that incorporates your
organization’s corporate colors. If none of the preconigured font sets is appropriate for
your purposes, you can create a custom font set. Custom color schemes and font sets
are saved in your \AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates\Document Themes\Theme
Fonts folder and are available to all Office 2013 programs.
Effects The Effects gallery displays the 15 built-in effect styles that you can
associate with a theme. If one of the effect styles is applied to the current presentation, a
box surrounds that effect.
Background style The Background Styles gallery displays three subtly patterned
variations of each of four background colors that you can assign to the theme.
Changes made to a component of a theme are stored with the presentation and do not
affect the default theme. If you modify the color scheme, font set, effects, or background
associated with the theme and want to use the modified combination again, you can
save it as a custom theme in your Document Themes folder, and it will become available
from the Themes gallery.