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Office for iPad and Mac For Dummies by Peter Weverka

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Chapter 15

Fashioning a Look for Your Presentation

In This Chapter

arrow Introducing themes and background styles

arrow Selecting and tweaking slide themes

arrow Creating a solid color, gradient, clip-art, picture, and texture slide background

arrow Selecting a theme or background for specific slides

arrow Redesigning your presentation with master slides

arrow Attaching headers and footers to slides

What your presentation looks like — which theme and background style you select for the slides in your presentation — sets the tone. From the very first slide, the audience judges your presentation on its appearance. When you create a look for your presentation, what you’re really doing is declaring what you want to communicate to your audience.

This chapter explains how to fashion a look for your presentation. It describes how to handle slide backgrounds and what to consider when you select colors and designs for backgrounds. ...

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