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Chapter 3. Designing a Look > Understanding Color Schemes

Understanding Color Schemes

Every presentation has at least one color scheme. A presentation with more than one set of slide masters can have more than one color scheme. A color scheme can be a set of custom colors that you choose, or it can be the default color scheme. Understanding color schemes helps you create professional-looking presentations that use an appropriate balance of color for your presentation content.

The default color schemes in PowerPoint are made up of a palette of eight colors. These colors appear on the menu when you click the Fill Color or Font Color button list arrow on the Drawing toolbar.


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