Replace Fonts In PowerPoint 13
We have finished creating our Presentation, and we then realize that a particular Font that we have used in it is not the one that we wanted. What do we do? Well we don’t go through our presentation and start changing them one by one throughout the whole Presentation. We simply use the Replace Font command that is available in PowerPoint 13. In the post below I will describe this feature.
First of all we make sure that the Home tab is activated and then we locate the area named Editing which is at the right area of the ribbon as shown in the image below.
Once we locate the Editing area we select the arrow next to the command Replace as shown in the image below. Once selected the drop down menu appears where we select the Replace Fonts command as shown in the image below.
Straight away the Replace Font dialog box appears as we can see below. In this dialog box we first select the drop down menu under the Replace: area. Once we select it all the Fonts that we have used in our Presentation appear where we select the Font that we want to replace in our presentation.
Then we select the drop down menu under the With: area. Once selected the drop down menu appears with all the Fonts that we have installed in our computer. Here we select the Font that we want to use as the new font for our presentation. Once done we just press the Replace button in order for the replacement to take action.
That’s it. In the image below I replaced the Calibri Font that was used in the presentation and replaced it with the Font 28 Days Later.
Below you can check out the video on how to use the Replace Fonts command in PowerPoint 13.
Posted on April 10, 2014, in Microsoft Office 2013 English, PowerPoint English 2013 and tagged Editing, Microsoft Office 13, Microsoft PowerPoint 13, MVP, Office Smart, Office System, PowerPoint 13, Presentation, Replace Fonts, Replace Fonts In PowerPoint, Smart Office. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Replace Fonts In PowerPoint 13.