In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to use the eyedropper tool to seamlessly blend text with background images on the slide itself.
- [Jess] My name is Jess Stratton,…and welcome to this week's edition…of PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…One of the things that can really add to…or take away from the powerful message…you're trying to convey to your audience…is the design.…You can think of each of these slides here…as a page in a magazine.…Think of flipping the page like turning…to the next slide.…What would you like to see here,…and would you like to be inspired from it?…Let's add some text.…I'm going to show you how you can…change the colors of that text…to match and blend in with the picture…that the text is on.…
I'm going to start by inserting a text box,…and I'll do that by changing to the Insert ribbon tab,…and clicking Text Box.…I'll start by adding some text at the bottom of the screen.…We'll start here.…I'll put in our slogan.…And now that I've added some text,…you can't really see it too well.…That's the point.…I'm going to highlight it, make it a bit bigger,…and I'll change the font.…Now I need to change the color.…
I'll click on the font color,…and instead of choosing from the themes colors,…
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