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Page 109 When choosing a presentation scheme, you can change the appearance and colors for the table of contents and the slides area of your final published presentation. Figure 7.2 shows which parts of your final presentation are affected by the choices you make when selecting options for the presentation scheme.
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Figure 7.2 A published presentation showing the table of contents and slides area. Selecting the Font and Colors for the Table of Contents The table of contents provides an outline or guide to your presentation. It lets your users see a list of topics that are covered in your presentation. The topics are clickable links that the audience can use to navigate through your presentation. Therefore, if an individual watching your presentation in his or her Web browser wanted to watch a specific part of the presentation, he or she could do so by clicking the corresponding table of contents entry. 9 discusses the process of creating and editing a table of contents for your presentation. The fonts that you can select for table of contents entries consist of a list of fonts that will display properly in most Web browsers. These are fonts that are common and are likely to be installed on your audience s computers. This is important because your audience must have the selected font installed on their computers in order to see the font in their Web browsers when they watch your published presentation. In addition to specifying the font for the table of contents, you can select the font size (which determines how
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Page 110 large or small the font will appear in the table of contents area of your presentation) and the font color. After selecting the font, font size, and font color for entries in the table of contents, you will also want to specify a background color for the table of contents. When choosing a background color, keep in mind the importance of color and contrast. For example, if you selected a lighter font color for the table of contents, you should choose a background color that contrasts with the table of contents text color. If you choose two colors that are similar and do not provide sufficient contrast, the table of contents entries will be difficult to see in your presentation. Selecting the Background Color The Slides area background setting determines which color is displayed in the area behind your slides. When choosing this color, consider the color used in your Microsoft PowerPoint slides, as well as the color you selected for the table of contents. This will help you choose a background color that is suitable for your presentation. When choosing background colors, consider what look you want for your presentation. For example, your organization might have a standard set of colors that are used in corporate communications or on the company s Web site. You can choose colors to give your presentations a uniform look and feel or to associate that presentation with your company s colors and logos. For example, your organization might use a specific shade of blue. If you know the color s RGB value, which is a standard for specifying colors, you could click the Define Custom Color button, type the RGB values in the Red, Green, and Blue boxes of the Color dialog box, and then add the color to the list of custom colors. This allows you to choose the exact shade or color that is used throughout other corporate communications and use it in your presentation. This custom color would be available in the current presentation as well as in future presentations. You could select this custom color for other parts of your presentation as well, such as the font color or background color for the table of contents. Differences Between Templates and Schemes The presentation scheme determines the font and colors that can be used by the presentation template or templates you choose. If you apply one of the Standard templates to your presentation, the font, font size, and colors you choose will display in your presentation. However, if you apply one of the presentation templates which contain background images, such as the Clouds, Globe, or Organizational templates, the font and colors that display are determined by the presentation template itself rather than by the font and colors you select for the presentation scheme.
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