If the themes that show up on the PowerPoint welcome screen don't give you the options you need, you can search for additional themes using the Microsoft online search tool. Learn how to search for and select a theme from this online library and learn how to save that theme so it can more easily be used in other projects later.
- [Instructor] When you create a new presentation…in PowerPoint, you have several themes to choose from…here on the welcome screen.…There are some nice options here…but in this week's PowerPoint tips,…I want to show you how to access even more themes.…If none of the themes on this list gives you what you need…then you should check out the search options…up here at the top.…You can click on the search field…and you can type in a key word and perform a search…or on Windows only you also have the option…to click on one of the suggested key words…below the search field.…
I want to start by doing a search for music…so I'm going to click on the search field,…type in the word Music and hit Enter.…This searches through an online list…of additional themes offered by Microsoft.…If you find something that you like here,…you have two options.…Of course, you could just double click on one…to create a new presentation from that theme…but if you think you will want to use that theme…again in the future, you might want to pin in…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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