I've been writing a series of Excel tutorials recently, because Excel uses more for office people. Today I'm going to write a PowerPoint design tutorial--texture Fill, I hope you like it. A texture fill is actually a kind of picture fill, but the picture fill is to let the picture in accordance with the size of the text, and the texture fill can adjust the position, size, transparency and so on, so the effect is richer and more flexible. The following article describes how to add texture to text in ppt2010.
1, the original state of the text is "Microsoft Ya Black" font, 32nd word, water green.
2, select the text you want to add texture effects, right-click, select Format text effect.
3, in the pop-up dialog box, select "Text fill-> picture or texture fill", in the software preset texture effect to choose the effect you want, such as pink tissue effect.
4, you can also click the "File (F)" and "Clip art (R)" commands to obtain a more exquisite texture effect.
5, for example, click on "File (F)", choose good-looking background picture.
6, the background picture as the text texture effect of the final effect of the following figure.