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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Formatting Text (part 1) - Change Text Color

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There are several things which you can make to help to make your text more interesting or more easily readable, including giving it to the coast, changing its color, or applying effects such as daring, Italic, or underline. The topics of design apply the size of the police and the color of presetting, but when you want to adapt more text to a page or to underline a certain text, to give to the practical east coast. When you want to draw attention to certain text, changing making its color or it daring, for example, can make it be held.

Change Text Color

  1. Click the Home tab.

  2. Select the text you want to format.

  3. Click the Font Color tool.

  4. Move your mouse pointer over the colors in the palette to preview them in the selected text.

    Change Text Color

    Tip

    Pay attention about choosing lighter colors it is difficult to read than unless your slides have a dark bottom against which a clear color can be held. In the same way, do not choose the dark colors of police to employ on a dark bottom. You point out, the whole point of your presentation is that the viewers should be able to read it!

  5. Click the More Colors option to view additional color choices.

    Tip
  6. Click either the Standard or Custom tab.

  7. Click a color choice. The Custom tab offers a red-green-blue (RGB) color system that provides many more color choices and lets you make specific RGB settings.

  8. Click OK to close the Color dialog box, and apply the new color.

    Tip

    Tip

    You can use the contextual toolbar that appears when you select text to change the font size and color or apply effects.


 
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