In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to put a footer on each slide and further customize it to suit the needs of the slide.
- My name is Jess Stratton and welcome to this week's…edition of PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…This week, I'm going to show you a common need when…creating a presentation.…The need to put in a disclaimer, such as confidential…or copyright at the bottom of every slide,…all at once and have the ability to customize it.…I have a presentation open with three basic slides.…The first thing that we need to do is put in our footer,…and we do that right from Ribbon tab.…Change to the Insert Ribbon tab.…And then click Header and Footer.…
Place a check mark next to Footer.…And here's where you're going to type in the content…that you want at the bottom.…I'll put a copyright in.…I have my text.…I have the ability to not show this on the title slide…if I want.…I'll leave this unchecked for now.…I'm going to click Apply to All so that the footer…goes on every slide.…I can see my footer, but it's very hard to read.…If I navigate through each slide, I can see that it's there,…but once again it's hard to read.…
Now because it's part of the slide itself,…
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