Google Slides is a popular choice for creating presentations due to its simplicity, ease of use, and accessibility. One feature that can save you a lot of time when designing your presentation is the Master Slide. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of editing a master slide in Google slides.
What is a Master Slide?
The Master Slide is the top slide in your hierarchy. It controls the look and feel of your presentation. This includes the background color, fonts, images, logos, footers, and more. By editing the Master Slide, these changes will apply to all the slides in your presentation, maintaining a consistent look and feel.
Steps to Edit Master Slide in Google Slides
Step 1: Open your Google Slides Presentation
Open your browser, navigate to Google Drive, select the presentation you want to edit or create a new one.
Step 2: Open the Master Slide View
Click on the Slide option from the top menu bar, then select Edit Master from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Edit the Master Slide
Now, you can make changes to the Master Slide as per your requirements. You can change the background color, text color, font size, and more. Remember, any changes you make here will apply to all your slides.
Change Background Color: Right-click > Change background > Choose your color > Done Change Text Color: Select text box > Toolbar > Text color > Choose your color Change Font Size: Select text box > Toolbar > Font size > Choose your size
Step 4: Close the Master Slide View
Once you’re done with all the changes, click on the X at the top-right corner to close the Master Slide view. All your changes will now be applied to your entire presentation.
Master Slide is an efficient tool to ensure consistency and save time while working on Google Slides. It enables you to make universal changes to your presentation with just a few clicks. Now that you know how to edit the Master Slide, you can make your presentations more professional and appealing.