Using Format Painter


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Using Format Painter

Once you've formatted one media clip perfectly, you don't have to repeat all the same steps to duplicate the formatting on each movie in your presentation. You can use the Format Painter to apply the entire list of custom formats with just one click. I'm going to start on slide 4 with my first video. In the previous movie, we formatted this media clip with 3D rotation, bevels, depth, surface, and lighting. Instead of having to duplicate the ten or so steps it took to design this special effect, start by clicking on the object so that it's highlighted.

That's actually the hardest thing to remember about using this technique. You have to start by clicking on the object that's already formatted or it won't work. After you've clicked on your customized object, go up to the Home Ribbon and on the left side in the Clipboard group, click on the Format Painter button. Notice that your cursor now has a paintbrush attached to it. Now, navigate to slide 5 and click ...

Using Format Painter
Video duration: 2m 28s 4h 38m Intermediate

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Using Format Painter provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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Business
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PowerPoint
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