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12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Create Custom Theme Fonts Using XML

As discussed in our Sharing and Deleting Custom Theme Fonts in PowerPoint 2008 and 2011 for Mac tutorial, you cannot create your own Theme Fonts sets from within PowerPoint 2011 or PowerPoint 2008 for Mac. However since all Theme Fonts sets essentially are a bunch of code within an Open XML file, there's nothing preventing you from opening any existing Theme Fonts file with the .XML extension,


12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Sharing and Deleting Custom Theme Fonts

Although PowerPoint 2011 for Mac provides several Theme Fonts sets, it doesn't allow you to create custom Theme Fonts sets within PowerPoint or in any other Office program. This ability is provided in PowerPoint for Windows, but it's one of those features that's not available on Mac versions of the program. So why is it important to be able to edit and create custom Theme Fonts sets? Learn


12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2008 for Mac: Theme Fonts

Each Theme contains several unique facets such as Theme Fonts, Theme Colors, and Theme Effects that set each Theme apart from other Themes. Note that all the slides differ in terms of colors, fonts, and effects applied. Yet the text content is still the same. When a different Theme is applied to your PowerPoint presentation, the fonts, colors, and effects applied to your slides change. Unless


12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Saving Themes In PowerPoint, Word, and Excel 2008 for Mac

Microsoft Office 2008 includes plenty of Themes that allow you to change how your documents, slides, and worksheets look. These Themes are available in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint -- in PowerPoint 2008, these built-in Themes can be found within the Slide Themes tab in the Elements Gallery. You can make some customizations to these Themes and then save or share the changed Themes -- in this


12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2008: Applying Theme Colors and Theme Fonts in PowerPoint

When you apply a Theme to a PowerPoint presentation, it completely changes the appearance of the slides. This happens because a Theme contains a set of predefined Theme Colors, Theme Fonts, Theme Effects, Theme Backdrops, etc. However there may be scenarios in which you really don't require such a complete makeover or metamorphosis. In that case, you can still change only Theme Colors and Theme


12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2008: Applying Themes in PowerPoint, Word, and Excel

Applying Themes in different applications under Office 2007 and Office 2010 for Windows has already been discussed in our previous tutorials. To do the same in Office 2008 for Mac, the procedure is little different. Here also you will find plenty of built-in Themes which you can choose from. These Themes can be found under Slide Themes tab in the Elements Gallery.Learn how to apply Themes in


12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2008 for Mac: Reuse Slides in PowerPoint

Reusing slides that you already have is a good idea as long as you make sure you don't end up using outdated content! I always suggest you to first create and import an outline so that you have a structured presentation in place -- thereafter do use the option that lets you import slides to add more slides or even replace existing ones. Finally you can add any new slides that you need to create


12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2008 for Mac: Import Outlines in PowerPoint

Many procedures for PowerPoint work the same way whether you are using the program on a Mac or Windows. Importing outlines created in various external applications also works the same way -- it's very easy to import it in the form of slides into PowerPoint. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to import outlines in PowerPoint 2008 for Mac.Learn importing presentation outlines in PowerPoint 2008 on


12/07/2016 12:37 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2008 for Mac: Text Placeholders vs. Text Boxes

After covering the concept of differences between text placeholders and text boxes using Windows versions of PowerPoint, I heard from some Indezine readers who wanted a similar tutorial for Mac versions of PowerPoint. The concept works in exactly the same way on the Mac, with these observations: Aren't text boxes and text placeholders the same? Are they really different? And why should I bother


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