If you’re anything like me, you love color coding, cohesiveness and just over all delicious colors. It’s tied directly to my pen/marker addiction (which explains why a lot of my top finds for the classroom is in fact pens and markers…). That’s why today I’m showing you how to create a color theme template in PowerPoint.
I love to use PowerPoint as a tool for creating and teaching, and having my favorite colors easily available is SO helpful and convenient!
A lot of schools have a set of school colors they like to use for their materials. I also know that a lot of teacher bloggers have a very cohesive style in how they like to decorate their little home on the internet. Even though it’s all about what we have to say, and not how we wrap it – it doesn’t hurt to have your work be easy on the eyes, right? I think there’s a lot of hidden motivation and inspiration in aesthetics!
I tried to capture a quick and easy video tutorial from my screen, and I hope I’m able to explain how I create a color theme template in PowerPoint, despite my software being in Norwegian. It really should translate well to your English version. :)I completely forgot to mention it, but Lindsey shared in the comments: you’re also able to set your theme fonts! You’ll find the option located in the same initial menu where you go to change color! Super practical if you want to use the same base fonts!
Take a look at the video on how to create a color theme template in PowerPoint below, and leave a comment afterwards! What PowerPoint or Office tips do you have to share? They might seem basic to you, but we all know things are easy once we know them – we might not even think that others aren’t aware. Share your best tips below!
All the best,