Part Four: Presentations
Titles and subtitles
In Presentations, when slides with layouts are inserted into a slide show, they are automatically created with
placeholders for titles and subtitles.
In this chapter:
• “Formatting titles and subtitles” on page 177
• “Changing the line spacing in titles and subtitles” on page 179
• “Adding boxes to titles and subtitles” on page 179
For additional topics, please see “Working with titles and subtitles in Presentations” in the Presentations Help.
Formatting titles and subtitles
You can format the appearance of a title or subtitle by changing such attributes as the font, the font size, and the
color. You can also change the font fill of a title or subtitle.
To change the font properties of a title or subtitle
Click a title or subtitle.
Click Format, and click one of the following:
• Title properties
• Subtitle properties
Click the Fonts tab.
Choose a font from the Font face list box.
Type a value in the Size box.
In the Appearance area, enable any of the following check boxes:
In the Color area, open the Foreground picker, and click a color.
Open the Background picker, and click a color.
The background color is visible only if a font fill style other than the default is selected.
You can also format the appearance of a subtitle by clicking the Subtitle properties button on the property
To change the font fill of a title or subtitle
Follow steps 1 through 3 in the previous procedure.
In the Appearance area, click Font properties.
In the Font properties dialog box, click the Fill tab.
In the Fill style area, click one of the following: