Quick Tip: Quick formatting in PowerPoint 2013

Formatting in PowerPoint can become a hassle if you can’t find the feature you need. While Ribbon has improved the ease of use, there are still time where you will find yourself randomly scrolling through the tabs to get what you need. Fortunately, PowerPoint 2013 made it even easier for you to format your objects without the need to go through the ribbon. To do so, simply right click on the object you are editing. This will bring up a quick format toolbar which provides different format tools depending on what you are editing. For instance, right clicking on 1) … Continue reading Quick Tip: Quick formatting in PowerPoint 2013

PowerPoint Hybrid Formatting

PowerPoint comes with a set of ready made designs and templates that would usually cater to your need. This is what makes PowerPoint easy and friendly to use. With PowerPoint 2007 and newer versions, shapes, texts and smartarts now have more formatting sets (color, fonts, effects and etc) than you would ever get to use. However, there would be a time where you will be thinking of mixing these formatting to suit your need. Unfortunately, changing the design means reformatting the entire presentation slides, where all the shapes, texts and smartarts would be affected.  There’s a way to achieve hybrid formatting. … Continue reading PowerPoint Hybrid Formatting