How to use your brand's custom fonts in powerpoint design

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PowerPoint provides several different ways to lớn change the mặc định font of a presentation. You can phối a default font for new text boxes, find & replace specific fonts throughout the presentation, or change the default font for heading and toàn thân text & save it for future use. Here’s how.


Changing the default Font in Text Boxes

PowerPoint provides a large library of different themes, and each theme has its own mix of default fonts. If you lượt thích the thiết kế of the theme, but you aren’t particularly happy with the font, then you can change it. The easiest way lớn make this happen is in PowerPoint’s Slide Master.

As Microsoft points out, Master slides control the overall appearance of the presentation. This includes colors, background, effects, and, most importantly, fonts. Khổng lồ access the Slide Master, go ahead and xuất hiện PowerPoint, head over lớn the “View” tab, & then click the “Slide Master” button.

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You’ll notice a copy of each available slide template appear in the left-hand pane. Select the first slide and then click the “Fonts” button on the “Slide Master” tab.

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A drop-down menu will appear. Here, you’ll see an extensive các mục of predefined heading and body toàn thân font pairs. Selecting any of these options will change the text for the entire presentation. Alternatively, you can choose the “Customize Fonts” option at the bottom of the menu to choose your own fonts.

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The “Create New Theme Fonts” window will now appear. Here, you can choose the phông style for the heading and body, individually. To the right, you’ll see a preview of the text. Once you’re finished with that, go ahead and give your new theme fonts a name, then select “Save.”

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Changing the font via the Replace Fonts Command

PowerPoint also has a convenient feature that allows you to lớn find & replace different fonts in your presentation. In the “Editing” group of the “Home” tab, select the arrow next to “Replace.”

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A drop-down thực đơn will appear. Here, select “Replace Fonts.”

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The “Replace Font” window will appear. Select the font you’d like to replace, then select the fonts you’d like to replace it with. Once finished, select “Replace.”

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Changing the default Font for Text Boxes

Another feature is changing the mặc định font for text boxes. To do this, head khổng lồ the “Insert” tab và then click the “Text Box” button.

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Next, draw a text box by clicking and dragging your cursor to lớn the desired size. Type the text into your text box.

Once your text is entered, apply the format to lớn this text that you would like to make the default. That includes fonts style, size, and color. Once you’ve customized the text to your liking, right-click the text box. From the menu that appears, select “Set as default Text Box.”

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Next time you insert a text box, it will use this phông format.

Save Your mặc định Font in a Template

If you want to lớn save your settings as a template for future use, head over lớn the “File” tab và then select “Save As.”

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In the “Other locations” group, click “Browse.”

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Navigate to lớn the location of your Custom Office Templates folder. This tệp tin path usually looks something like this:

C:UsersuserDocumentsCustom Office TemplatesOnce you’re at the correct location, click the arrow in the “Save as type” box.

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In the menu that appears, select “PowerPoint Template.”

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Finally, click “Save” at the bottom-right of the window.

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Your template with your customized fonts is now saved.


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Marshall GunnellMarshall is a writer with experience in the data storage industry. He worked at Synology, và most recently as CMO và technical staff writer at StorageReview. He"s currently an API/Software Technical Writer based in Tokyo, Japan, runs VGKAMI and ITEnterpriser, & spends what little miễn phí time he has learning Japanese. Read Full Bio »