How to Change the Entire Formatting in PowerPoint Presentation

by Johnny Potter Office Setup

Presentation matters the most if you are going to present your project or assignment, whether in Office or College. It gives the rich effect to your project and makes you suitable for the competition or an event. There are various tools in PowerPoint to make your task or project a highly appreciated and attracts the viewers if it is finely made with creativity.

Formatting Feature makes any presentation editable and to add custom effects. For editing any of the PowerPoint presentations, make sure that you have all the PPT slides in a similar format.  If you carry the same format to the entire PPT, then it will show as a rich task or project as it is considered as a professional one. If you have multiple slides for formatting, then you can do so at one time by some easy and compatible manners. In this case, you don’t need to format one after another.

In this article, we are going to guide you how you can customize, or formats fix your slides with the help of “Master View” affects:

Formatting Slide Layout in Presentation

Formatting is generally the first or final step to put dynamic effects to your slides. In case you have more than one slide and wish to format all the slides together, then it is simple and straightforward, but there are some limitations:

You can apply different font, color schemes, background, or any other effects. The modification will be applied to all the slider similarly.

The master slide is the primary slide for the entire presentation. What you applied to your master one it will be automatically applied to the rest of the slides. It is recommended to be very careful while performing modification in your slides as it may affect your entire presentation.  The presentation serves as your language in the place where you are going to do present your project.

Pursue the mentioned instructions to know how to format your presentation slides through the master slide:

  • First and foremost, launch your presentation and then hit the View mode.
  • Now, hit the Slide Master tab. This option will be available inside the option “Master Views.”
  • Now, check that all the entire slides are under the main slide.

You will get the mentioned features under the Slide Master Mode:

  1. One can put various layout effects, placeholders, and extra Slide Masters.
  2. Activate and Deactivate Footers and Title.
  3. Editing or Modifying Themes
  4. Customizing various font styles, colors, effects, hide and unhide background images and graphics.
  5. Adjusting the size of slides

Note: You have to make changes in the primary slide (Master); all the other slides will take its effects automatically and applied the same effects in all.

In case you have more than one master slides, then you have to manage one by one as there are various managing slides available.

Preserving Slide Master

The “preserve” feature will preserve your selected master slide with all its associated child slides. It pins up to your saved slide for further use. In this case, your slide will be preserved for the future.  For Example: if you don’t want to remove your master slide and its associated sub slides, then you will be required to select Slide Master and then tap the “Preserve” tab there. This preserve tab will be located inside the section of Edit Master. Now, after performing this action, you will be able to view all your slides as a pinned icon just after it.

Note: This is an easy way to edit the presentation with the help of the Slide Master. It provides various accesses to its users for various tasks.

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