How to Edit Master Slides in Google Slides
Twice in the last week I’ve received questions from readers about Google Slides. In both cases the questions were related to using fonts and color schemes without having to manually change them for every new slide added to a presentation. The solution in both cases was to change the master slides in the presentation. Editing the master slides in a presentation allows you to essentially set a default font style, font size, and font color for your presentation slides. Additionally, you can choose background color(s) scheme and add icons that you want to have inserted every time you add a new slide to your presentation.
How to edit the master slides and re-use them in your Google Slides presentations is demonstrated in this short video.
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