Text: Font Properties

Created: Wednesday, January 8, 2014, posted by Geetesh at 12:09 pm

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Fonts are more than just pretty typefaces. Other than applying basic Styles such as Bold, Italic, and Underline etc. to your Fonts, you can also change the font type, set the font size, color, and other font attributes — and you can also do more. Learn more in the following tutorials — select the one based upon which version of PowerPoint you are using:

Microsoft Windows
Font Dialog Box in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac
Font Dialog Box in PowerPoint 2010


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