A subject is a predefined mix of hues, text styles, and impacts. Distinctive subjects additionally utilize diverse slide designs. You’ve just been utilizing a subject, regardless of whether you didn’t have any acquaintance with it: the default Office topic. You can browse an assortment of new subjects whenever, giving your whole introduction a reliable, proficient look.
Watch the video below to learn more about applying themes in PowerPoint.
What is a theme?
In PowerPoint, topics give you a snappy and simple approach to change the plan of your introduction. They control your essential shading palette, fundamental text styles, slide format, and other vital components. The greater part of the components of a topic will function admirably together, which implies you won’t need to invest as much energy arranging your introduction.
Each topic utilizes its own particular arrangement of slide designs. These designs control the way your substance is masterminded, so the impact can be emotional. In the cases underneath, you can see that the placeholders, text styles, and hues are unique.
On the off chance that you utilize a novel slide design, for example, Quote with Caption or Name Card—and after that change to a topic that does exclude that format, it might give startling outcomes.
Each PowerPoint subject—including the default Office topic—has its own topic components. These components are:
Theme Colors: There are 10 topic hues, alongside darker and lighter varieties, accessible from each Color menu.
Theme Fonts: There are two topic text styles accessible at the highest point of the Font menu under Theme Fonts.
Theme Effects: These influence the preset shape styles. You can discover shape styles on the Format tab at whatever point you select a shape or SmartArt realistic.
When you change to an alternate topic, these components will refresh to mirror the new subject. You can radically change the look of your introduction in a couple of snaps.
On the off chance that you apply a text style or shading that isn’t a piece of the topic, it won’t change when you select an alternate topic. This incorporates hues chose from the Standard Colors or More Colors choices and textual styles chose from All Fonts. Utilizing non-topic components can be valuable when you need certain content to be a particular shading or textual style, similar to a logo.
You can likewise redo topics and characterize subject components yourself. To take in more, see our Modifying Themes lesson.
All themes included in PowerPoint are located in the Themes group on the Designtab. Themes can be applied or changed at any time.
To apply a themes:
- Select the Design tab on the Ribbon, then locate the Themes group. Each image represents a theme.
- Click the More drop-down arrow to see all available themes.
- Select the desired theme.
- The theme will be applied to the entire presentation. To apply a different theme, simply select it from the Design tab.
Once you’ve applied a theme, you can also select a variant for that theme from the Variants group. Variants use different theme colors while preserving a theme’s overall look.