I recently received this email question from a reader regarding editing Powerpoint slides:
Can I change all the font colors, headers, footers, etc in one place or do I need to edit each slide?
The easy answer is YES, you can make these changes in one place!
If your client comes back with changes to their Powerpoint slides after you’ve completed the whole job, it’s very easy to make these changes without going to each and every slide to edit.
Step #1: Open your file and click the VIEW tab.
Step #2: Click the “SLIDE MASTER” icon.
This brings up the main design (it won’t have your copy or graphics but that’s OK)
Step #3: Highlight what you want to change on the slide and choose your colors, fonts, or effects from the “EDIT THEME” box.
Step #4: When changes are made, then switch back to “NORMAL” view and you’ll see your text & graphics with the new changes.
If you come across any questions regarding Powerpoint or any of the steps in this Powerpoint-to-Video tutorial, please leave a comment below.
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