Tame your PC – stay fit

Have you ever used transparent shapes – such as circles or rectangles – in a presentation to draw attention to a specific part of a slide? Maybe you move it around to make it more visible?

If so, you know you can “save” the settings so you don’t have to format the look every time. But I put double quotes around the word save Such as Set as default The option only works during login time.

I’m pretty sure she kept it a while ago per presentation, but nowadays there are some extra steps you have to do – once.

Here’s how:

  1. Apply a transparent fill color and an outline to the preferred shape, as usual. (Or open a presentation containing one of the rich shapes.)

  2. Right click shape and fix Set as default.

  3. Journalism F12 (or File, Save As if you prefer).

  4. Type default theme.

  5. Journalism Tab.

  6. write the letter NS Or select the ninth option labeled Desk Trait from save as type Drop list.

  7. Journalism Enter or click Memorizes.

The next time you add a shape (any shape!), it will use the layout you applied in step 1. Happiness is.

By the way, yet another Web Tutorial on PowerPoint Tips and Tricks One of my reps asked me to highlight the fact that approximately 1 in 10 men are red/green color blindness. (Obviously only about one in 200 women.) He told me that, for example, red against a green background can cause major problems for people with color vision difficulties. So please keep this in mind! Having said that, tell me that the red circle around the menu item will be clearly visible; People may not see it in red, but they will see the shape.

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