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How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
How to make font transparent in PowerPoint
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How to make font transparent in PowerPoint

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There are so many great, hidden (or at least not as known) functions in PowerPoint. Without even leaving PowerPoint you can add great effects to your slides.

This is a quick guide how to make text transparent using the ”Merge Shape” functions inside PowerPoint.

Merge away!

  • Here's a much easier way to do this: Type some text, select it, right click, select "Format Text Effects." In the formatting box that appears on the right, select the first option (a letter A with a line under it), select the Text Fill option, and slide the Transparency slider to 100%. Done!
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  • This is fantastic, thank you! For those using and older PPT, I've found that you can put the two objects together (say a box and a text box), then save them as a picture. Next insert that new picture over whatever you are using (maybe another photo). Lastly, format the top photo and make the letters transparent by going into Format - Color - 'Set transparent color'.
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  • The letters in the step 7 (slide 9), Are really transparent? ... I did all the steps and I got all like the slide number 12 and number 13, but not the slide number 9 (step 7). Great job !!! ... Useful presentation !!!
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