Create textured PowerPoint background that changes colors

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By Ellen Finkelstein

Create textured PowerPoint background that changes colors

You can create a background that changes colors when you change your theme’s color set. It’s really cool to watch. I’ve written about this before here, in an example that include a few objects on the slide. In this case, I wanted to show you a slightly different concept, which is a semi-transparent rectangle over a grayscale textured image.

You can find texture images by searching on photo websites. For example, here is Stock.xchng’s collection of abstract textures. You can also create your own textured images by photographing water, stone, tree bark, sand, etc.

Here’s what my textured background looks like.

Watch How to Video Here.

This post is excerpted with the permission of PowerPoint Tips.

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