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Shading the Background

Shading means displaying a color which ranges from a lighter shade to a darker shade. Sometimes, shading is performed by adding what is called a gradient, which means a gradually changing range of colors. Gradients can display a range from light to dark, or one color to another, and in general add to the visual depth of your presentation. An example of shading is shown in the Slide Color Scheme dialog box. You can make adjustments to the shading in several different ways:

  • The Color Scheme dialog box lets you adjust the color scheme for shadows, background, fills, etc. You can also select different colors from this dialog box.

  • The Slide Color Scheme option allows you to specify colors for each component of the slide.

  • The Variants section offers four versions for shading: From top to bottom, from left to right, from right to left, and from the center to each corner.


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