Default Image Formatting in PPT
July 29, 2004 4:17 AM   Subscribe

PowerPoint question: I want the basic layout of all my slides to have a title, a website screenshot on the left with a semitransparent shadow, and bullets on the right. The basic layout is easy, the automatic image formatting is not. Is there any way to apply a default style to all your images?
posted by grrarrgh00 to Computers & Internet (2 answers total)
I don't think so, but you could create the shadow using an AutoShape, then planting the image on top of it. Worth a shot...
posted by grateful at 10:21 AM on July 29, 2004

Add it to the Master Slide. You didn't indicate which version but you should find your way to it with View/Master/Slide Master or something very similiar. I'm running Office 2003 and that is where I found it.

The short answer from here is that whatever you add/modify on the Slide Master reflect through your entire presentation.

posted by geekyguy at 5:21 PM on July 29, 2004

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