• • • • • • PowerPoint 2013 comes with a nice Eye Dropper feature that let you pick any color from the design and get the RGB values. This way you can create slide designs based in the corporate identity or using the colors you want. In there is no such feature, however you can still continue getting accurate values for objects on screen.
There is an application called DigitalColor Meter that you can use to grab any color from object on screen. Using DigitalColor Meter you can pick a color and then assign the same RGB values to a PowerPoint presentation background or shape. Using Digital Color Meter you can easily grab any color from the screen and get the RGB values. There are some other alternative tools that you can install in your MacBook Pro or Mac computer, however Digital Color Meter comes with OSX Maverick ready for you to use. Then go to PowerPoint and let’s say you want to change the background color to match the grabbed color. You can go to Slide Master and change Background properties using Format Background dialog box. Then choose Solid color (or Gradient) and then click Color button.
Now click More Colors and then enter the Red, Green and Blue (RGB) values that you picked with the tool. In this example you can see we created a themed version of our www.free-power-point-templates.com website as a PowerPoint background. Related Posts • Sometimes when you need to design a PowerPoint presentation based on the corporate identity or organization visual identity then you need to pick the right • In PowerPoint presentations you can change background color.
The best way to do this is to change the template background color in the master view. • If you need to design a custom template for PowerPoint and it requires to use custom colors then having the chance to set RGB colors in • PowerPoint 2013 has lot of new features that you can use to enhance your PowerPoint presentations or improve your presentation design process. EyeDropper is one • Using a color picker or eye dropper is essential for designers to create color palettes, UI designs, themes, and templates for websites, presentation slides.
I'm not sure what kind of equipment you are using, but my mac powerbook os 10.5.8 fails to show the video image in the presenter mode of powerpoint for Mac 2011. This failure occurs for.mov,.dv,.avi, and MPg4 files, all of which worked fine in a previous version (Office for Mac 2008).
Oddly enough, the videos look fine in slide viewer mode, so clearly they have been embedded into the presentation. Macworld mp4 player for mac high sierra mac. They just fail to display the video image in presenter tools (we hear the file but see a blank screen).