What are gradient fill and its types?
The gradient fill features allow you to illustrate your real-world objects, like tanks and pipes, with a three-dimensional look. A gradient fill can also be used for the picture itself. The gradient fill is composed of fade color, fade type, blend percentage of fade color, and gradient angle of fade color.
How do you do a gradient fill in PowerPoint?
How to Create Your Own PowerPoint Gradient
- Click the “Design” pane on the main menu bar across your screen.
- Click on the “format background” option.
- Switch to “gradient fill”
- Create your custom gradient of two, three, or more colors by adding in color stops.
What types of fill can we place in PowerPoint?
You can change the fill of any shape to a solid color fill or even change the fill type altogether to a pattern, texture, or picture, as shown in Figure 2.
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- Solid Fills.
- Picture Fills.
- Advanced Picture Fill Options.
- Gradient Fills.
- More Gradients.
- Gradient Stops.
- Textures Fills.
- Tiling Options.
How do you blend colors in PowerPoint?
Here are the steps:
- Draw a shape on a slide.
- Right-click the shape and choose Format Shape.
- Expand the Fill category and choose Gradient Fill.
- From the Type drop-down list, choose a type, such as Linear or Radial.
- Use either the Direction or Angle controls to set the direction of the gradient.
How do you change the gradient color in PowerPoint?
How to Change the Shape and Gradient Colors in PowerPoint
- Right-click the shape and select “Format Shape” to open the Format Shape dialog box.
- Click “Fill” in the box’s sidebar.
- Click the option button labeled “Gradient Fill” to reveal a slider, which features markers at several positions.
- Click a marker to select it.
What are the three options available to customize a shape’s Format?
Text Fill, Text Outline and Text Effect.
How do I fill text with an image in PowerPoint?
Once you’re there, PowerPoint gives you two ways to fill the text with a picture. Method 1: Go to Drawing Tools > Format > Text Fill > Picture. Choose your graphic from a file on your desktop or from an online source. Method 2: Right-click on the selected text and click on Format Text Effects.