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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Applying Fonts - Select a Font

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The police is whole of styles of design for the text, and they add a personality distinct to your contents from slide. Some police is mischievous, others are traditional, and still of others are large to add the accent. The turn to choose the right police for a presentation is to be sure that it adapts the mood of design of your slides. You should also be sure that it is readable by your assistance in Which is what arrangement you show with your presentation.

Select a Font

  1. Click the Home tab.

  2. Select the text you want to format.

  3. Click the arrow on the Font list.

  4. Move your mouse pointer down the list of fonts. Each font is previewed on the selected text in turn as you move the pointer through the list.

  5. Click the font you want to apply to the selected text.

    Select a Font
    Select a Font

Tip


The fonts you see on the Font list are those that are installed with Windows. You can find additional font sets online, some free and some that you have to pay for.

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You can also use the Font dialog box to change the font; however, there is no preview of the font’s appearance using this method. Click the dialog box launcher in the Font group on the Home tab to open the dialog box, and then click the arrow in the Latin Text Font list to display the Font list. Choose the font you want, and then click OK to apply it to selected text. The main benefit of using the Font dialog box is that you can apply several formatting settings, such as size, font, and a bold effect, from one location.

 
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