You can add a footer to the bottom of every slide. The footer can be social media links, copyrights, slide numbers, even the date and time. In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows you where to go to add your own custom footer, and how to edit the Slide Master to set the font style properties of the footer to match your brand.
- [Voiceover] In the last video,…I showed you how to turn these social media posts…into slide masters so that you can very quickly…and easily create your own.…In this video, I'm going to show you…how you can add a custom footer…to the bottom of every slide.…Since this is a continuation of social media posts,…at the bottom you may want to add a copyright…or how to find you on other social media items.…The first thing we need to do is create our footer.…Change to the Insert ribbon tab…and choose Header & Footer.…
Instead of the Date and Time and Slide Number,…I'm going to select Footer.…And here's where I can put the text of my footer.…I can click Apply or Apply to All…to put it at the bottom of every slide.…Now this just looks a little bland and boring.…Because of what we learned in the…slide master information in the last video,…let's apply that to this aspect also.…I'll choose View from the ribbon tab, Slide Master,…and I'm going to scroll all the way to the top…to edit the very top level master slide.…
Here's my footer and I'm going to…
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