Saving the design template


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Saving the design template

It may seem, with so many options and features, that creating a great looking slideshow can take a long time. There is some truth to that, although it does get faster with practice, but there is a silver lining, too. PowerPoint designs, even the customizations you've made to backgrounds, transitions, colors, and fonts, can be reused. Your next presentation can start off exactly like your current one with all new content. It's the ultimate timesaver. Whenever you're satisfied with your design, and you can do this as often as you wish, access the Design tab from the Ribbon, and pull down the Themes gallery.

At the bottom of the menu, choose Save Current Theme. Then provide a simple name. Notice that the file is being saved in a special folder to office 2010. The next time you use PowerPoint, this theme will be available to you among the built-in themes that Microsoft has provided. Now that I've re-launched PowerPoint, when I access the Design menu, and pull down the Theme galler...

Saving the design template
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Saving the design template provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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