Interface Overview: Black Interface in PowerPoint

Created: Friday, November 16, 2018, posted by Geetesh at 11:56 am

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By default, the PowerPoint interface Ribbon area is placed against an orange backdrop. This orange color shows up because the default Office Theme named Colorful is applied to the interface. So why is the Theme named Colorful, when it is just a plain orange backdrop? That’s because any Theme you apply to an interface of an Office program influences all other programs.

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Black Interface in PowerPoint 2016

Black Interface in PowerPoint

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