Question: How do I change the opacity of a text box in PowerPoint?

How do you make text transparent in Powerpoint 2016?

First of all, add some text into the slide or select the text to change transparency. It is important to notice that the text should be selected (inside the current shape, instead of selecting the shape). Then, right click and click Format Text Effects to open the text formatting options in the right pane.

How do you fade a text box in Powerpoint?

Click the Animations tab in the Ribbon. In the Animations group, click the More down arrow on the bottom right of the Animations gallery. Click the Fade entrance animation in the Entrance group. By default, the text will fade in on click during a slide show.

How do I make the background of text transparent?

Click Download and be sure to choose “PNG image” as the file type.

  1. Open a canvas and click Background color on the Background Tools menu.
  2. Click the Transparent checkbox to make your canvas transparent.
  3. Add text and adjust as desired.

How do I make text opaque in Word?

Click the “Shape Fill” down arrow from the “WordArt Styles” section of the “Format” tab. Click “More Fill Colors” and then use the slider underneath the “Transparency” section to choose your desired opaqueness. Click the “OK” button.

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How do you make a gray fill in box in Word?

Select and highlight the text box, and then select your preferred shape style for the text box. To apply a gray fill color, click the “Shape Fill” button and click on your preferred shade of gray in the color-picker tool.

How do I GREY out a box in PowerPoint?

In PowerPoint, use File > Insert to put the picture on a slide. Use Insert > Shape to draw a shape over the area you want to blur. On the Format tab, select Shape Fill > Eyedropper. With the Eyedropper, click a part of the picture whose color approximates the color you want the blurred shape to be.

How do you hide and reveal text in PowerPoint?

Click the “Home” tab located on the ribbon at the top of PowerPoint 2010. Highlight the text that you wish to hide and select the “Font Color” icon from the Font section of the Ribbon. Change the color to the same color as the background of your slide. Your text will now be hidden.