Re: Subtitle placeholder problem
From: Paul in Chicago (PaulinChicago_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2004 08:45:02 -0800
Sonia--problem is, other parts of the title slide ARE supposed to be white.
Changing the background color in the color scheme changes those areas, too.
Any other suggestions?
> The background color has to be changed in the Color Scheme. Go to Format >
> Color Scheme > Custom and change the Background color to something dark.
> Sonia Coleman
> Microsoft PowerPoint MVP Team
> Autorun Software, Templates and Tutorials
> "Paul in Chicago" <Paul in Chicago@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > I'm using PowerPoint 2000. For the internally branded template I'm using--one
> > that's to be used throughout our company--the subtitle placeholder on the
> > title slide needs to allow text to be entered in a white font. However, when
> > you click in the placeholder, the highlighting that shows up inside the
> > placeholder is ALSO white. Therefore, you're unable to see what you've typed
> > until you click outside the placeholder.
> > Using the Title Master to change the background of that autoshape doesn't
> > make a difference to the highlight color. Any ideas on how to change the
> > color of this highlighted area without changing the font color?