Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
1.2 Format presentations by using slide masters
➜ On the Design tab, in the Themes gallery, click the theme you want.
Tip If the thumbnail of the theme you want is visible, you can click it without displaying
the entire gallery. You can also scroll through the gallery to show one row of thumbnails
at a time.
➜ If the theme is stored outside of the default Document Themes folder, click Browse
for Themes on the Themes menu, browse to the theme you want, and then click
➜ On the Design tab, in the Variants gallery, click the variant you want.
➜ On the Design tab, on the Variants menu, click Colors , Fonts , Effects , or
Background Styles , and then in the corresponding gallery, click the formatting
option you want.
1. Apply the color scheme that is closest to the one you want.
2. On the Design tab, in the Variants group, click the More button. On the Variants
menu, click Colors , and then click Customize Colors .
3. In the Create New Theme Colors dialog box, click the box to the right of the
presentation element you want to change.
4. On the menu that appears, do one of the following:
In the Theme Colors or Standard Colors palette, click the color you want
to apply to the selected element.
Tip Choosing a color from the Theme Colors palette ensures that the colors
within the presentation remain coordinated, even when you apply a different
them to the presentation.
Click More Colors . On either the Standard page or the Custom page of the
Colors dialog box, click the color you want, and then click OK .
5. In the Name box at the bottom of the Create New Theme Colors dialog box,
assign a name to the new color scheme, and then click Save .