Chapter 5. Working with Slide Masters

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One of the hallmarks of a good presentation is a uniform look and feel. To achieve that consistency, you can use themes and color schemes built right into PowerPoint. (For more about these features, see Chapter 9.) But you might want to use other elements consistently from slide to slide, such as a company logo, and having to add these elements again and again—slide by slide—can be cumbersome.

That’s where masters come in. A master allows you to add a graphic, modify the text formatting or slide layout, or add a global footer. Then, whatever you add ...

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