Posted on: January 1, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 35

How to highlight text in PowerPoint (like in Word) when you make your slides



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When you’re designing PowerPoint slides, have you ever wanted to highlight text, like you can in Microsoft Word? Well in this video, you’ll see a neat way to do that!

In fact you’ll learn 3 main tips:
• How to highlight some text on your slide using Word.
• How to copy the highlighting to other text in PowerPoint.
• How to remove the highlighting when you no longer need it.

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  1. I just realized this and I am about to send hate mail to microsoft. This is literally one of the stupidest things I've ever seen. Like it's so stupid is pathetic and shameful.

  2. This article about how to highlight words in a PowerPoint slide is wonderful.  So simple to understand and apply.
    And of course how to undo the highlight on words. 
    Thanks to those who put this video together.

  3. Dude, you saved me! This works on Masterslides aswell. For some reason, just copying the necessary text into the placeholder does not work. If you do it with the brush though, no problem. The lack of tuning options, like the color of highlights or weight of underline, is screwing me over, when i am assigned the ungrateful task to translate designs, done in proper design-software, to PPT. I already have a rule of thumb that you always have to calculate 6x the amount of time of what you deem necessary. Just because of MS

  4. Idiots at microsnot messed things up, even in the latest office.
    There is lots of issues with format incompatibilities between their tools within their office. Shame.

  5. Ok. That just made sense but I don't know why or how a corporation could overthink this problem by concocting a reason to remove a tool used so often that you would delete it? THOUGHTS ANYONE? The entire world is waiting. I just downloaded the latest version 2016 PPT and they must not have emailed the old department in charge or the yellow sticky fell on the floor reminding them to address the voluminous complaints. This is a one day fix with all those programmers! Look out Microsoft PowerPoint, you're toast if a competitor comes along…earth will bail out of your program like rats off a sinking ship. All for something as simple as a highlighter….

  6. Unbeliveable!! Like a cheap amature "garage made" software v0.8beta. Uppps, I forgot the highlighting function, sorry guys. WTF??

  7. Brilliant workaround that gives me a quick fix in a pinch. Very concise and detailed. Thank you so much for taking the time to figure this out and share!

  8. I think it is really sad that I have to resort to watching a video on how to highlight font in Powerpoint, kudos to Microsoft!

  9. Great simple clear helpful video. I agree with others who have wondered why PowerPoint has no easy way to highlight.

  10. Interestingly the powerpoint help flat out says that highlighting is not supported in ppt, and that you should use "glow" instead. I found out recently by accident that highlighting is supported when I copied some text from Outlook (works the same as Word in your example). I searched high and low for a button but there isn't one!!

  11. IT SURE WOULD BE CONVENIENT IF THE MULTIBILLION DOLLAR CORPORATION MICROSOFT COULD INCLUDE HIGHLIGHTING INTO POWERPOINT IN THE YEAR 2015. OH FUCKING WELL, LET'S SEE HOW MANY MORE DECADES IT TAKES.

  12. Thanks for this great tip (all 3 actually)! Absence of highlighting in PowerPoint is, or was as I should say, annoying since ages.

  13. @swcoast Thanks for your support. (P.S. For some reason, there's no Reply button on some comments, such as yours.)

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