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Welcome to these tutorials, many of which were unique concepts when first published!


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PowerPoint Color Schemes

Logic: get a different look in PowerPoint by changing the color scheme

I need forgiveness sometimes for being so ignorant. I've known about Color Schemes for so long but never bothered to look seriously. Well, blow me away... they are so good. No doubt they have been around for ages! I walked into a room and saw another presenter using a template I had. So, I changed the template on the fly and then changed the Color Scheme. Viola! New plastic in a different color!

Basically, Color Schemes add science of color to your presentation to give you good contrast. That helps your audience see what you are presenting (unless you are projecting with a candle in daylight)! So...

Now, I'm not going to reinvent the wheel. After a few examples of how good they are, I'll flick you to my mate Echo Swinford to explain them because she has done an excellent job!

I started with this:

simple blue sldie

I went to this with one click.

now red

And this was the click!

scheme button

So, you HAVE to read this link.





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