Powerpoint change font on all slides
In the last article we already showed how to change the default font in PowerPoint. In most cases, this instruction should already be enough to fulfill the user’s wishes. But this setting has a problem. All headings and text bodies can only be assigned one font at a time. Therefore, if you plan extensive presentations, you will have a problem afterwards if several fonts are used and only one specific one is changed. But there is a trick how to change one font on all slides in PowerPoint. All others remain unaffected, so that some elements can be changed quickly.
Especially suitable for business presentations:
Just imagine the case when 4-5 different text elements are used besides headings. Each of them with a different font. But now the boss does not like the implementation with a certain font. So making changes on 50-100 slides is not convenient. Using the replace tool allows to do that with a few clicks. So maybe you can also amaze the boss who didn’t know about this function yet…
- Open your presentation in PowerPoint
- In the “Home” tab, in the “Editing” group, click on “Replace”
- Select Replace Fonts
- Under “Replace” you will find all the fonts that appear in your presentation. Select the one you want to change
- At “With” you now select the new font
- Click on “Replace”
With many office applications, it’s not a matter of hard work, but efficiency. That’s why it’s even more important to know the little tricks that can save you a lot of work and time. As the saying goes: Don’t work hard, work smart! And exactly that applies in this case again. Change everything by hand or do all this work with just 6 clicks. We hope you enjoyed this article and that you will have much less work in the future!
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