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In this article, you’ll learn how to create a PowerPoint theme that you can customize anyway you like.
And the reason this is important is because at some point in your presentation design career, you will want to move beyond the default Microsoft Office themes and create your own.
This can be either for your own internal usage, or for a client that wants to create a PowerPoint theme with their own corporate branding.
And just so we are on the same slide, let’s start from the beginning.
What is a PowerPoint theme?
Whether you’re building an entire custom PowerPoint template, or just want to change the theme, understanding how a theme works will make your life easier.
To learn more about what PowerPoint themes are and how to use them, read our article here .
Note: If you buy a professional PowerPoint template online, it should come with its own customized theme for you to use.
To see the 4 best places I recommend looking for templates online (which will include a PowerPoint theme), read my template guide here .
How to change theme colors in PowerPoint
Colors in PowerPoint may seem simple to use, but they can actually be quite confusing at times – especially when creating your own custom ones ( see our guide here ).
For now, let’s look at how to select and change the default colors for your presentation, so you don’t have to change them manually each time you add a shape to your slides.
1. Changing the default theme color
When you open a blank PowerPoint presentation, your theme will be set to the default Office theme, and therefore, the color palette will be set to the default Office theme colors.
To see the color palette that your presentation is using you can go to either of two places:
- In the Normal View, go to the Design tab, find the ‘Variants’ area and select the bottom-facing ‘More’ arrow. There, hover your mouse over ‘Colors.’
- In the Slide Master View, go to the Slide Master tab and click on the ‘Colors’ dropdown.
With the dropdown menu open, simply choose one of the available options by selecting it.
You’ll notice that as you hover over color palettes, you get a preview of the new colors on your slide:
2. Creating your own PowerPoint theme colors
The important thing to understand before you start customizing your color palette is what the different colors represent in PowerPoint and how they’re used.
The first set of four colors defines the colors of the slide backgrounds and of the text, and the second set (the six accent colors) defines the colors for shapes, tables, charts, SmartArt, etc.
When you’re creating a new color palette, you want to make sure that you stick to the color types indicated in the palette, because this is how PowerPoint will assign colors to your presentation.
That means that you want to make sure that colors 1 and 3 are light, and colors 2 and 4 are dark, and the accent colors reflect the colors you want to assign to objects. The order is important.
As Johanna Rehnvall of Presentitude says, “most organizations set their main brand color as the Accent 1 color. However, when you use SmartArt, for some reason the Accent 1 color is not used. So if you do a lot of SmartArt and want the main brand color to be used, avoid setting it to Accent 1. Custom shapes and lines are automatically using the Accent 1 color.”
One suggestion for this, is to make Accent 1 and Accent 2 be the same brand color.
Pro Tip: How to choose nice color palettes
For tips on what colors to pick and how to make a color palette, check out the following resources:
- Creating a consistent color palette in PowerPoint isn’t difficult by Julie Terberg
- Super Fast, Custom Color Themes by Julie Terberg
- How to create color themes for PowerPoint presentations by Johanna Rehnvall
Now that you know what types of colors should be assigned to each space, here’s how to make those changes:
- Navigate to the Color Palettes drop down
- Select C ustomize Colors
To change a color, click on it and you’ll get three options:
- Select an existing color or a standard color down below
- Choose ‘More Colors’ and you’ll get more standard color options
- Create your own color by clicking on the ‘Custom’ tab
Once you’ve set all the colors for your color palette, give it a name and hit ‘Save.’
And you’re all set!
How to change the default PowerPoint fonts
Fonts in PowerPoint are fairly simple to customize. However, there are a few things to keep in mind, especially if you are choosing custom fonts (ones that don’t appear in the default font list), and if your presentation will be used on both PCs and Macs.
For now, let’s look at how to select and set the default fonts for your presentation, so you don’t have to change them manually each time you add text to your slides.
1. Changing the default fonts
To change the fonts that your placeholders will start with, you can go to either of two places:
- In the Normal View, go to the Design tab, find the ‘Variants’ area and select the bottom-facing ‘More’ arrow. There, hover your mouse over ‘Fonts.’
- In the Slide Master View, go to the Slide Master tab and click on the ‘Fonts’ dropdown.
Simply choose one of the available options by selecting it; or, create your own custom font pairing.
Warning: Not all fonts work on a Mac
Best practice is to always test the fonts on as many versions (older versions of PowerPoint, Mac, etc.) as possible to make sure that you don’t get any bad surprises.
While Microsoft is working hard to make the PC and Mac versions of its Office software as similar and compatible as possible, there are still a number of issues between the two systems with regards to fonts…even with the default fonts you get in PowerPoint.
To learn what the 9 safest PowerPoint fonts are that will work in any version of PowerPoint (Mac or PC), read our guide here .
2. Customizing the default fonts
To choose a unique combination of fonts (including default fonts and/or custom fonts), simply follow the steps above and choose Customize Fonts .
In this dialog box, you will be given a choice of heading font and body font, as well as sample text to see what the combination would look like, and a place to enter a name for the new font combination.
Make your selections for Heading font and Body font. You can use the standard fonts from Office, or any custom fonts that you have installed on your computer.
3. Be careful with using custom fonts in a template
There is a very big risk when you use custom fonts in a template that the resulting presentations that are created from the template will not function properly on another person’s computer.
To learn more about safe fonts you can use in PowerPoint, that will work in any version of PowerPoint (Mac or PC), see our guide here .
Unless you know EXACTLY who else is going to use the template and know for a fact that they have the same custom fonts installed on their computer, I would avoid custom fonts entirely.
There’s nothing more embarrassing and frustrating than having a beautifully made template completely warp out on you…and you’re stuck with fixing it or settling for ugly slides.
And while it is possible to embed custom fonts into your presentation, doing so comes with a few problems, so I rarely recommend it.
Once you’ve set your fonts, type in a name for that specific combination (best practice is to be as descriptive as possible), and then click Save .
Now your presentation’s fonts are set according to your customization.
Note: The theme fonts only control the text that is inserted in a placeholder. If you insert a shape or text box onto your slide, it will have whatever formatting you set for your default shapes.
How to customize the effect styles
The next thing to determine is the kinds of effects you want to have automatically appear on various objects.
The effect theme in your template will specify the fills (such as gradients and textures), lines, shadows, and bevels for your shapes, lines, SmartArt graphics, tables and charts.
The effect theme chosen not only tells what style to assign to the object in the presentation, but it determines what options users have in the presets within the Shape Styles, SmartArt Styles, Chart Styles and Table Styles.
In 2016, your (only) pre-set options are:
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- Subtle Solid
- Banded Edge
- Grunge Texture
- Frosted Glass
- Extreme Shadow
Warning: Keep it simple
There’s a trend of moving away from effects (PowerPoint 2010 had 40 of them, whereas 2016 only has 15). This is a hint to avoid going crazy with effects.
Also, as Echo Swinford points out , “some intense effects make fills lighter, which can make text harder to read. Also, when all the graphics in a presentation include extreme special effects (glows, bevels, shadows, textures, and so on), the results can be visually overwhelming and distracting from the content […]. When in doubt, test the theme effects on a wide range of slides with different types of content.”
How to customize a slide background
A common thing people like to do with their slides is to format the slide background. You can format a single slide, a single Slide Master layout, or an entire Slide Master (the parent slide layout).
You can customize the slide background by adding one of the following:
- A solid color
- A picture or texture
These are all managed by the ‘Format Background’ task pane.
To change the background of just one slide, in the Normal View, you can get to the Format Background task pane two ways:
- Go to Design tab > Format Background
- Right-click your slide > Format Background
To change the background of a Slide Master layout, in the Slide Master View, go to that layout and either:
- Go to the Ribbon > Background Styles > Format Background
To change the background of the entire Slide Master, do the same as above, but make sure you scroll up to the parent slide first.
Once you’ve opened this task pane, you can choose how you want to format your background. Here you can:
- Set the fill type (solid color, gradient, picture or texture, or pattern)
- Hide any design elements you’ve put in the background of the Slide Master
- Add a transparency to any background
- Set that background to apply to all of your slides
- Reset the background to the default
To learn everything there is to know about PowerPoint backgrounds, and how to create them read our guide here .
But before you do this, it’s important to note that there is a difference between selecting the background style and simply changing the background color.
The difference between the Background Styles and formatting your background
The Background Styles are what define the light/dark elements of your presentation.
Notice above, how the color of the text changes, based on the lightness/darkness of the background style.
That means that if you are going to have a dark background color, you want to select a dark background style, so that the text and other elements on your slide adjust accordingly and are legible. And vice versa if you are going to have a light background.
The same goes for if you set a dark image as a slide background.
While the example below is hideous (please don’t build a slide like this!), it illustrates the point that you want to make sure that your background styles are properly set.
Note: Make sure you set your Background Style first, as changing it will null and void any custom slide background you’ve set.
For example: If you set a pattern fill as one slide’s background and then change the background style of that slide from one style to another, your background fill will be removed.
How to save a PowerPoint theme
Okay, you now that you have created your own PowerPoint theme, now you’re probably wondering how do you save it.
To save a PowerPoint theme, simply go to the theme drop down (either in the Design tab of the Normal View or in the Slide Master View), and click on Save Current Theme .
Then, choose a name and hit Save .
Note: You want to make sure that you save your theme files in this exact location. If you save it or move it elsewhere, PowerPoint will not know how to retrieve it.
How to share a PowerPoint theme
Once you’ve created your color palette, you can share either as part of the theme, or just on its own.
Where to find your theme files:
- In Windows XP: C:Documents and Settings%USERPROFILE%Application DataMicrosoftTemplatesDocument Themes
- In Windows Vista, and Windows 7 and later: C:Users%USERPROFILE%AppDataRoamingMicrosoftTemplatesDocument Themes
- On a Mac (2011): ~/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Office/User Templates/My Templates
- On a Mac (2016): ~/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.Office/User Content/Themes/Theme Colors
In this folder, you’ll find all the elements of your theme. You can simply save them to a hard drive or attach them to an email.
After someone receives one of these files, she will need to save it in the proper location (as mentioned above) on her computer.
It’s definitely there, as you can see in the shapes on the slide, as well as the shape fill options:
What this means is that you can use the color palette; it’s just not visible in the dropdown menu.
You can save the color palette to your computer by customizing the color palette and saving the name:
Pro Tip: Learn more about themes
For more tips and advice on how to build your own custom themes, check out the following resources:
- “Getting Started with PowerPoint: Set Up a Theme” by Echo Swinford and Julie Terberg
- Echo Swinford and Julie Terberg’s “ Building PowerPoint Templates Step by Step with the Experts ”
So that’s how to create a PowerPoint theme and how it relates to your PowerPoint template.
To learn step-by-step how to create a PowerPoint template, read our guide here .
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Dear Friends! How can I make more of variatons of a theme? There are more color-font-background variatons for a the Office Themes (beside the theme). But I make a custom Theme there is nothing on teh Variant “window”
Hi Jozsef – great question. Unfortunately, the ‘Variants’ are only available for the pre-built themes that come with Microsoft. There is no way for you to customize those or include them in your own theme. It would certainly be nice if we could, but it’s not (yet) a feature. That’s why the Variants area is blank for custom themes.
Dear Camille, thank you for the quick answer 🙂 It is sad but logical (somehow). But can I ask one more: If I make (save) an own custom Theme but I take a Picture Placeholder to the master Tittle slide then automatically generated a new Tittle slide (to the end of the master slides) and it will be the primary Tittle slide (of course, my master Tittle slide with the Picture placeholder is retained, but it is not the title page that is automatically loaded in a new presentation – but the other). Can you suggest a solution to this problem? Thanx a lot!
Hi Jozsef – yes, PowerPoint will only use the layout with the name “Title Slide Layout” as the first slide. There are a lot of little caveats and concerns when creating custom templates. If you’re building your own, or making some for clients, I HIGHLY recommend you watch my comprehensive course on PPT templates, which is part of our membership. Let me know if you’re interested and I can share the link with you.
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How to create a custom Theme design in PowerPoint
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A Theme in PowerPoint is a combination of colors, fonts, effects and backgrounds. With the help of the Themes in PowerPoint, you can create a harmonious appearance for your presentations with minimal effort. However, if you don't know how to create a theme, this blog post is for you! We not only explain how to create a theme, but also how to save it correctly.
Difference between Themes (Designs) and Templates in PowerPoint
What you might also be interested in now are templates in PowerPoint. Templates are a design including some content for a specific presentation or purpose. They are similar to the themes in PowerPoint, but a little more precise. If you now want to know more about why you should use templates, you can find out more in our blog post Creating PowerPoint Templates .
How do you create a Theme in PowerPoint?
Here you can, among other things:
- Change the colors
- Change the font
- Change the background
In order to be able to see the different colors, you have to go to "Design" and select "Colors" in the "Variants" group. There you can either select a predefined color palette from PowerPoint or create a new theme color under "Customize colors".
The first 4 colors define the background and the text of the slides, the other 6 colors define the colors for shapes, diagrams and tables. The last colors indicate a hyperlink and a visited hyperlink.
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PowerPoint provides extremely useful resources called templates that automatically construct the foundation and framework of your presentation. If you can’t quite find one that’s just right for you, you can create your own. Here’s how to do it.
To create a custom PowerPoint template, you’ll first need to open a blank presentation. You can do so by clicking the “File” tab and then selecting “New” in the left pane.
A large library of templates will appear, but since that’s not what we’re looking for, go ahead and select the “Blank Presentation” option.
Next, you need to choose the slide orientation and size . In the “Customize” group of the “Design” tab, select the “Slide Size” button. A small drop-down menu will appear. Here, click the “Customize Slide Size” option.
The “Slide Size” dialog box will appear. Here, you can (1) adjust the slide height and width or simply select a predefined option from the drop-down menu, and (2) select the slide orientation.
The rest of the template creation will be done in PowerPoint’s Slide Master . The Slide Master allows you to customize a presentation's fonts, headings, and colors in one place, applying the selections to all of your slides. This allows you to maintain consistency throughout the template, as well as eliminating the need to make changes to each individual slide.
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To access the slide master, click on the "View" tab and then select “Slide Master” in the “Master Views” group.
The Slide Master will appear in the left pane. The Slide Master is the top thumbnail that appears in the pane. Each sub-thumbnail represents each slide layout available in your theme. Edits you make to the Slide Master will affect each slide layout.
This is where the magic happens. First, you can select a unique theme for what will be your PowerPoint template. To do so, select “Themes” in the “Edit Theme” group of the “Slide Master” tab.
A drop-down menu will appear, presenting a large library of themes to choose from. Each theme comes with its own fonts and effects. Browse through the collection and select the one you like.
You can also choose a background style for the theme you chose. Select “Background Styles” in the “Background” group and then select the style you like from the drop-down menu.
If you want to customize the placeholders in the slides, you can do so by selecting one of the options from the “Insert Placeholder” menu. You can find this option in the “Master Layout” group.
Once you’ve selected the slide where you want to insert a placeholder from the pane on left and the type of placeholder you want to insert from the menu, click and drag your cursor to draw the placeholder box.
Repeat this process until you’re happy with the placeholders in your template. Once you’re finished with this, all that’s left to do is save your custom template.
To save the PowerPoint presentation (.pptx) as a template (.potx), click the “File” tab and then the "Save As" button.
In the “Other Locations” group, select the “Browse" option.
The “Save As” dialog box will then appear. Select the box next to “Save as Type” and then choose “PowerPoint Template” from the list of options.
When you select the PowerPoint Template file type, PowerPoint redirects you to the “Custom Office Templates” folder. This is where you’ll want to save your template. Click the “Save” button.
Your template will now be saved and is ready to be used. To find your template next time you open PowerPoint, click the “File” tab and select the “New” button. Next, select the “Custom” tab and then select the “Custom Office Templates" option.
You’ll now see your custom template. Select it to start using your custom PowerPoint template.
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Changing a Theme
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- Open your presentation in PowerPoint.
- On the Design tab, in the Themes group, select the theme that best fits your needs from the list. If you hover over any of them, you’ll see a preview. When you’re ready to continue, just click the theme. It will be applied to the entire presentation.
Please note that when you use a new theme in PowerPoint, since it is applied to all of the slides, the previous theme will be removed, unless it’s a PowerPoint default theme. In that case, you’ll find it on the list of default themes.
- Go to the Design tab.
- Select the slide whose theme you want to change. If you want to select several slides, just hold Ctrl/Cmd as you click them.
- Choose the theme you want to apply, right-click and select Apply to Selected Slides. Please note that if you change the general theme of the presentation later on, these slides will be affected too.
- On the Design tab, in the Themes group, click the drop-down arrow. Now click Browse for Themes. A new window will open, where you need to select the presentation that contains the theme you want to import.
Please note that the theme will be applied to all of the slides and any previous theme will be removed, unless it’s a default theme (in that case, you’ll find it on the list of default themes).
Depending on the theme, it could have color variations or different palette presets that you can choose to change the color of the elements in your presentation. Let’s see how we can edit the colors of a theme:
- Go to the Design tab. If the theme contains color variations, you’ll see them in the Variants group.
- If you want to change the color palette, click the Variants drop-down arrow, select Colors and choose any of the presets. If you want to apply a specific palette to the presentation, click Customize Colors. A new window will open, where you can select the colors that best suit your needs. You can see a little preview in the top-right corner of this window.
- To change the color of the background, click the Variants drop-down arrow and click Background Styles. You can choose any of the presets or click Format Background, where you’ll be able to use solid colors, gradients, images or patterns as background. If you choose to do it via Format Background, its panel will appear on the right side of the screen. To apply a custom background, click Apply to All. If you change the background using the Format Background options, all your background pictures will be removed.
- In the Variants group you’ll see other two options which allow you to modify the font of the presentation or the effects applied to the resources. Both of these options contain presets and, if you’re using the latest version of PowerPoint, you’ll see an additional option to customize the fonts or the styles.
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Have you ever wasted hours trying to jazz up a presentation or make it look unique? You shouldn't be spending your time on this end of content creation!
The fastest way to make any presentation look unique is to create a custom theme in PowerPoint. Sound complicated?
It's FAR easier than you might think!
In fact, it's surprisingly simple to brand your slides and make them look professional once you have a theme or design you like. Especially with PowerPoint, though I'm sure other programs are similar.
The idea is to create a branded, custom look to your slideshow, and then apply your PowerPoint theme to all your slides (past, present, and future).
Here's the quick approach:
Step 1: create a custom theme in powerpoint.
In the Design tab, under 'Variants', you can create new theme colors, new theme fonts, and even the background and effects you want.
However, the best way to create a custom theme in PowerPoint is to work from the Master Slide layout .
- Start in the Design tab and pick a starting theme . Pick from the basic ‘Office' theme, or pick another by clicking the down arrow under 'Themes', and then look at some of the Variants on the right.
- Go into View > Slide Master to create custom colors, fonts, effects, and background style.
- Scroll to the top slide in the Slide Master to add other graphics, logos, spacing, etc. that will appear on every slide of that layout.
- Edit individual slide layouts as needed . You can also add your own custom layouts and rename any of them.
TIP : Be sure to set the size of your slides first, preferably to widescreen (16:9) for video. Otherwise, graphics will get distorted if you later try to switch sizes. You can also do that in the Design tab under 'Customize'.
Also, consider creating custom themes for worksheets and other size documents. Those dimensions can also be adjusted in Slide Size.
Step 2: Save your custom PowerPoint theme
When you're done creating the branded look for your presentation, click the down arrow for Themes in the Design tab and Save Current Theme.
That will save your new branded theme to a local folder so that it always shows up as a Custom option in Themes under Design. Usually it will be one of the first ones shown.
TIP : If you have themes in different versions, eg wide or onscreen, be sure to put that into the name so you can recognize the correct one easily.
Step 3: Open the presentation you want to customize
Now open any presentation that you want to brand, such as generic ones from ContentSparks.com.
TIP : Make sure you take note of the size of the page setup, so you can pick the right theme.
Step 4: Apply your custom theme to all slides in PowerPoint
Click on the Design tab and pick your custom PowerPoint theme to instantly apply it to all slides in your presentation.
TIP : If you just want to copy the theme from another presentation on your computer, click on ‘Browse Themes' (at the bottom of the list of themes when you click the down arrow for more)
Step 5: Adjust slide layout where needed
You'll probably have a few places in the presentation that need to be tweaked, so look through all the slides.
If there's anything that's on all slides, it's probably in the Slide Master.
For example, the ‘Your Logo' placeholder we normally put in to show you where to insert your own logo needs to be deleted (or just replaced, if you don't have it in your theme).
To get rid of it, just go back to View > Slide Master.
Then click on the top slide, click on the object, and delete it.
TIP : You can always get rid of any background graphics that are distracting from your presentation on an individual slide. Just right-click on the slide. Click ‘Format Background'. Then check off ‘Hide background graphics'. You can just close it to apply to that slide OR apply it to all slides to get rid of all background graphics.
Once you've done Steps 1 and 2 one time, you have very little to do each time you have a new presentation to create or customize.
If you'd like to see these steps in action, watch the video below...
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How to Create a Theme Color in PowerPoint
If you're just looking to create a custom color theme in PowerPoint, watch the following video, which works from the main Design tab.
Please note that Office 365 is often adding new features, so sometimes the menu may look at little different!
The hardest part you might have to do is move some things around if they conflict with your new theme.
That's why we try to keep the slideshows from Content Sparks as simple and generic as possible.
If you try to apply your branded theme to a presentation that has a lot of complicated designs in it, you might have more fiddling to do.
Here's my biggest tip for speeding up your branding…
Outsource the design of your theme.
I paid a designer just one time to create a branded theme for my slides. It wasn't cheap, but it saved me a lot of hours of my precious time!
And now I just apply that theme every time I create a new presentation.
I barely have to think about design and branding AT ALL when I apply my custom themes!
Do you have a custom, branded theme for your own slides yet?
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How to Import Stunning Themes into Google Slides – A Mini Guide
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How long have you been staring at that default white Google Slides theme and wishing you could make your presentations reflect your own style? We’ve all been there.
As functional as Google Slides is, it lacks new-age templates. But don’t settle for bland and boring! Your slides deserve better. Dressing them up with a gorgeous custom theme is easier than you think.
In this guide, we’ll reveal how to transform the look of your slide deck with creative imported themes. Learn how to import creative themes from PowerPoint, Canva, or anywhere else into Google Slides in just minutes. Let’s dive in!
What Is a Theme in Slides and Why Use It?
A “theme” refers to the design and branding of your presentation. Think of it as the clothing for your slide content. A theme applies visual design cohesion through elements like colors, fonts, layouts, graphic styles, and more. It wraps everything in a single stunning package.
Applying a new theme is like giving your Slides a quick mini-makeover. The benefits range from added polish to an instant dose of your brand personality.
Themes boost visual appeal for audiences, keep the focus on your content, and can even save time fiddling with formatting. Talk about a win-win.
Applying a new theme is the fastest way to refresh your Google Slides. There are many advantages to using custom themes rather than settling for Google’s default options:
- Visual appeal – Themes add polish and professionalism to your slides. Your content will stand out and captivate viewers much more in a beautifully designed theme versus plain white backgrounds.
- Branding – Themes allow you to match your company or personal branding aesthetics. Maintain brand consistency as you design presentations for work by importing your brand’s themes.
- Focus – A cohesive theme keeps the focus on your content rather than haphazard design. Consistent fonts, colors, and layouts allow your messages and ideas to shine.
- Creativity – Exploring creative theme designs also adds a spark of originality and visual interest versus cookie-cutter templates.
- Save time – Finally, themes can save tons of time and hassle trying to manually format hundreds of individual design elements across slides.
So don’t settle for the default Google Slides theme – import an eye-catching custom theme in minutes!
How To Import A Theme To Google Slides?
Google Slides has a number of built-in default themes you can apply for basic design changes. To use them:
Step 1: On the ribbon, click on the Theme button. The theme sidebar appears on the right.
Step 2: Click on a theme to preview and apply it to your presentation.
Step 3: If you want to import a theme, click Import Theme from the right sidebar. A pop-up box appears where you can upload or use an existing Google Slides theme.
Step 4: If you want to use an existing Google Slides theme, you can browse for it on My Drive, Shared drives, or Shared with me. Once you find the presentation, select it and click on the insert button.
Step 5: If you are uploading a file from your computer, go to the Upload tab on the pop-up box. You can either browse or drag and drop your theme file.
Step 6: Depending on the theme, you will have one or more options. Select one and click on the Import Theme.
Congratulations, you have now imported a new theme to your Google Slides presentation.
How To Import Powerpoint Theme To Google Slides?
Follow these steps to import a custom theme from PowerPoint into your Google Slides presentation:
- Open the PowerPoint presentation that has the theme you want to use.
- Select the Design tab and click on Themes. Right-click the desired theme and choose Save as Theme.
- In the Save As window, change the File Name to your preferred name, update the save location if needed, and importantly – change the File Type to PowerPoint Theme (.thmx).
- Click Save to export the PowerPoint theme as a .thmx file.
- Now, follow the above steps to import a theme by uploading a file.
- Locate and select the .thmx theme file you exported from PowerPoint and click on Import Theme.
The custom PowerPoint theme will now be applied to your Google Slides presentation! You can go to Edit Theme to modify and customize it further.
How To Import Canva Theme To Google Slides?
Follow these steps to import a custom theme created in Canva into your Google Slides presentation:
- Open Canva and customize a theme with your preferred fonts, colors, and design elements.
- Once finalized, download the Canva theme by going to Download > Download as ZIP.
- Extract the ZIP folder to find the .JSON theme file inside.
- Locate and select the .JSON file from the extracted Canva ZIP folder and click on Import Theme.
The Canva theme will now be applied to your Google Slides, transforming the visual design! You can further edit the theme under Customize Theme.
Changing And Editing A Theme
Once you’ve imported a custom theme, you can modify it to fit your brand and preferences:
- To change the theme’s color palette, fonts, and graphic effects, go to Design > Customize Theme. Alter the options to your liking.
- For an individual slide, you can tweak the background style, layout, and other attributes under Design > Page Setup > Layout.
- The theme’s master slide layouts control the default text, shape, and image placeholder styles. Modify these in the sidebar under Master Layouts.
- Edit the theme’s preset Headers and Footers to update heading styles sitewide. Adjust font, size, color, etc.
- For text boxes, shapes, and other elements, use the options under Shape Format or Text Format to customize fills, borders, text style, etc.
- Don’t forget to save your edited theme so you can easily reapply the same look and feel to future presentations.
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Can you import themes into Google Slides?
Yes, you can import custom .THMX themes into Google Slides to instantly apply new visual designs. Just go to Change Theme > Import theme.
How do I add a custom template to Google Slides?
Download a PowerPoint theme or Canva template, then extract and convert it into a .THMX file. In Google Slides, go to Change Theme > Import Theme and upload this file to apply the custom look.
How do I import a theme into Google Slides mobile?
On the Google Slides mobile app, tap Themes > Custom > Import theme. Select the .THMX file from your device storage. The imported theme will apply.
What does import theme mean in Google Slides?
Importing a theme allows you to apply a custom-designed visual style with colors, fonts, layouts, etc. to your Google Slide presentation in just a click.
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Yes, you can import custom .THMX themes into Google Slides to instantly apply new visual designs. Just go to Change Theme > Import theme.
Download a PowerPoint theme or Canva template, then extract and convert it into a .THMX file. In Google Slides, go to Change Theme > Import Theme and upload this file to apply the custom look.
On the Google Slides mobile app, tap Themes > Custom > Import theme. Select the .THMX file from your device storage. The imported theme will apply.
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I had the same issue when we tried to share the PPT file in the meeting. All fonts are changed to unrecognizable characters.
This is issue is beginning to impact multiple organizations, we are getting requests to figure out why this all of a sudden started occurring. Additional details: 1: Last week it was working fine
2: Custom fonts in SPO are still working fine
3: This seems to only impact Teams PowerPoint Live
4: Having the font installed on both presenter and receiver machines does not resolve the issue
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We were just trying to use Teams live for presenting, our presentation is saved with embedded fonts and all of our fonts are showing up incorrectly. When will this be fixed?
This is issue is beginning to impact multiple organizations, we are getting requests to figure out why this all of a sudden started occurring. Additional details: 1: Last week it was working fine 2: Custom fonts in SPO are still working fine 3: This seems to only impact Teams PowerPoint Live 4: Having the font installed on both presenter and receiver machines does not resolve the issue
We're having the same problem too. It started on Wednesday when we wanted to run training via teams.
We are having the same problems today, using a presentation we do every Monday - does anyone know why this has changed?
We noticed this start on Wednesday 29th November, still ongoing today. We've tried embedding the font on presentations with no luck.
We get jumbled, nonsense text using PowerPoint live in Teams, PowerPoint on Web etc.
The only way we get our custom font is on the Desktop App.
This doesn't work for our remote presentations.
We recently launched a new corporate identity and I'm getting tons of comments on the new powerpoint templates I made, because they look 'broken'.
We use custom fonts Bitter and Ubuntu. Both fonts have been embedded in Powerpoint and installed locally across our entire organisation and have been working perfectly.
But when people started using the 'Present in Teams' button within Powerpoint all kind of things started going wrong. Fonts are substituted with other fonts and I have no control over which fonts are used to do so. Letters and bulletpoints are replaced with strange characters.
Sharing my screen and then starting a presentation still works without any flaws, because I guess that's a live stream from my own laptop where everything works perfectly. So I've deduced the problem lies with Powerpoint Live, somehow.
Hope this gets resolved soon, because the alternative is swapping out our corporate fonts for lookalike substitutes and that will just look bad.
This is exactly what ours looks like too
Thanks Sola, I've tried all of these, and searched everywhere for a fix before asking on here.. It seems like it is a bigger issue on Microsofts side. We have had to change the fonts to a similar standard font. It only started being an issue last week. Microsoft need to fix it.
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