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Google Slides now feature editable themes and defaults to widescreen

Google updates its Power Point-like service Slides with new editable themes and everything now defaults to widescreen
By: Charles Gantt | Internet & Websites News | Posted: Oct 10, 2013 2:30 am

Today Google announced that it has updated its Slides service with two new features that help improve the presentation experience. For those who are not familiar with Google Slides, the service is part of Google Drive and is the company's answer to a free PowerPoint-like tool for building presentations.




The update adds new editable master slides which allow the user to change the overall theme of their presentation by selecting "Edit Master from the slide menu. This lets you do things such as setting all of your first level bullets to bold, or change the font of your header. The program now defaults to widescreen now as well which makes building a presentation on a widescreen monitor much easier.


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