How To Use Google Slides Templates

Google Slides is a versatile and easy-to-use platform that allows users to create stunning presentations. One of its most useful features is the ability to use pre-existing templates, which can significantly simplify and streamline the process of creating a presentation. In this blog post, we will walk you through the process of using Google Slides templates.

Step 1: Access Google Slides

First, you need to open your Google Drive. If you’re not signed in to your Google account, the system will prompt you to do so. Once you’re inside your Google Drive, click on the “+ New” button on the top left side of the screen, then hover over “Google Slides” and select “From a template”.

Step 2: Choose a Template

After clicking “From a template”, you will be taken to the template gallery. Here, you’ll see a wide array of pre-made templates for various purposes – professional presentations, educational presentations, personal presentations, and more. Find one that suits your needs and click on it. The chosen template will then load into Google Slides.

Step 3: Customize the Template

Once the template is loaded, you can start customizing it. You can change the text by simply clicking on the text box and typing in your content. You can also modify the font, color, size, and other attributes of the text using the toolbar at the top of the screen.

To change the colors, background, or layout of a slide, click on the “Slide” option in the menu at the top and choose the necessary option.

You can also add new slides that match the template’s design by clicking the “+ button in the toolbar.

Step 4: Save and Share Your Presentation

Google Slides automatically saves your work as you go. When you’re done, you can share your presentation by clicking the “Share” button in the top-right corner. You can choose to share it via email, link, or even social media.


Google Slides templates can make the process of creating a polished and professional presentation much easier and quicker. They provide a predefined layout and design, allowing you to focus on the content rather than the aesthetics. So next time you have a presentation to make, consider using a Google Slides template!