Themes MOAC LESSON 4 Themes File containing color, font, layout, and effect settings that you can apply to a presentation to changes its appearance (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012)
Themes Live Preview When you move your mouse over a theme in the gallery, your presentation will show the theme on the current slide By default, once a theme is clicked, it will be applied to ALL slides A theme can be applied to only one slide by right-click on the theme and choosing Apply to Selected Slides
Themes VS Templates Pre-formatted design
Pre-formatted design Sample Content Themes Variant: provides the user with various versions of the theme such as a change in color Only works with PowerPoint 2013
Templates Colors, Fonts, Effects, and Background styles can be customized within a theme Font Theme A combination of two fonts to be applied to headings and text as part of a theme (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014)
Contain two different fonts: Headings Body Fonts can be the same for both Slide Background Determined by the Theme chosen The options for Format
Background are the same as for formatting text boxes Solid Color Texture Gradient Picture Slide Layouts Determines the positioning and types
of placeholders on it (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012) Home Ribbon > Slides Group Footers Text that repeats at the bottom of each slide in a presentation (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012) Fixed Date Allows you to insert a date that will note change
Update Automatically Allows you to insert a date that will update each time the presentation is opened Slide Number Footer Dont show on title slide Headers Appear at the top of each page of a
PRINTOUT/HANDOUT Click on the Notes and Handouts tab in the Header and Footer dialog box Source John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2014). Microsoft Official Academic Course Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, Exam 77-422. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2012). Microsoft
Official Academic Course Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, Exam 77-883.
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