Microsoft Power Point was one of the computer programs developed by Microsoft for presentation needs. Usually power points are used for presentations in business to education. Now, by using this application, the presentator only needs to put important points that will be conveyed to the audience. Presentation slides must be made as attractive as possible so that the contents of the material reach the audience.
One of the most important elements besides animation is the background . Because in each slide show will involve the background in it. If you want to use the default that is white, it's okay, but it seems boring and less attractive to see. You also have to pay attention to the audience, whom you invite to communicate that way you can adjust the background in such a way.
Therefore, it is very important for the presentator to know how to change the powerpoint background. For those of you who don't know how to change the background on the presentation slide. Come on, see the explanation on how to replace the following powerpoint background.
How to Change PowerPoint Background
Before arriving at the background editing stage, it would be nice to have made a slide presentation first to make sure the color of the background is installed or not.  1. Select the menu Design in the menu bar above. Then, choose which background will be applied to your presentation slide.
2. If you feel that the background isn't suitable, don't worry! because there are many other ways to change the background to make it look interesting in the audience.
3. Right-click on one of the slides, a pop-up menu will appear as shown below. Then choose Background Format .
4. After that, several menu options appear to change the background. There are four types of background that you can set, namely Solid fill Gradient fill, Pictures or Texture fill, Pattern fill. What is the difference? Well, we will continue the explanation below.
- Solid Fill in this section you can choose colors in solid forms such as red, black, blue and so on. Choose the color you want to apply to your slide. Then, click Apply to All. Then the entire slide will change the background according to the color you choose.
- Gradient Fill in this section you can choose the gradation colors. You can also adjust the brightness level of the color. Pay attention to the picture below. When it's finished, you can click Apply to All. Then all slides on the worksheet will change the background according to the color of your choice.
- Picture or Texture Fill in this section you can change the background by entering an image that matches your slide material. You can choose it as desired through the image folder on the PC. Can also use texture images that have been provided by Microsoft Power Point. Look at the picture below.
If you want to enter images to be used as a background, click the menu File . Please find the folder location, where you saved the image. Then, choose Open . After that, don't forget to click Apply to All.
Then, if you want to use the color texture click the small box next to writing texture . For more details, pay attention to the picture below. If you have finished selecting the background, don't forget to click Apply to All so that the background is attached to all of your slides.
- Pattern Fill in this section you can use the background in the form of a pattern. Pay attention to the picture below. Select pattern fill then the patterns that have been provided by Microsoft will appear. After the selection pattern is complete, don't forget to click Apply to All. Then the entire slide will change to the background pattern.
These are some explanations about how to replace this diverse powerpoint background. Hopefully useful and can be easily applied to your presentation slides. Avoid making a background that is too bright because it can make the audience focus break.
If using a background image, try to draw the image according to your presentation material so that it reaches the core of the presentation to the audience. The essence of using this background is not too monotonous or too lively. Thank you and congratulations on trying the tutorial above!