Changing the font, font style, and font size in Microsoft PowerPoint is easy, but changing it for every slide can be tedious. So, how can you make a default font for your presentation to save time and effort?
First, open a blank presentation and add some slides. Click on the text box and check the font, font style, and font size. If you want to change your font style to Times New Roman or any other font, you need to go to the slide master.
To go to the slide master, select the “View” tab and click on “Slide Master.” Here, you can change the font style on this slide master, and it will apply to all slides in your presentation.
There are default font options available on this slide master, including Calibri, Ariel, and Times New Roman. However, if you want all letters in Times New Roman, you can create your own font style. To do this, go to “Customize Font” and search for Times New Roman. Choose your heading font and body font as Times New Roman, and you can preview how it will look. Once you’ve saved the changes, all slides in your presentation will automatically change to Times New Roman.
If you want to use this default font in a new presentation, open a new presentation and go to the slide master. Select “Font,” then choose the custom font you’ve created. This will make your font the default for all new and existing presentations.
Making a default font for your presentation can save you time and effort in the long run. With the above steps, you can create your own custom font and apply it to all slides in your presentation.