Copy colors between objects in PowerPoint.
Copy color styles from one object to another object with Smarter Slides. Select outline color of an object and paste it as fill color.
Consistent and matching coloring of your objects is important to make your presentation look nice and professional. But why is there no way to copy only color settings and paste it easily to a different object? An example: With the Color Picker you can select the outline color of an object and paste it as the background color of another object. With this function you don’t need to search for the correct RGB code when you have already used the color within your presentation. And as every picker function in Smarter Slides, the picked settings are saved within variables which will not be deleted until you close PowerPoint or pick another color.
| Pick color of selected object (fill / color / outline / bullets) |
Select a shape, chart, table or table cell to pick the respective color settings. Color will be saved in a variable which is available until the active presentation is closed or the Color Picker is used for another object. To pick color settings, you can choose between:
|Pick fill color|
|Pick font color|
|Pick outline color|
|Pick bullet color|
| Paste picked color type |
Select one or more shape(s), chart(s), table(s) or table cell(s) to paste picked color as previous picked color type.
| Paste as fill color / font color / outline color / bullet color |
Select one or more shape(s), chart(s), table(s) or table cell(s) to paste picked color to selected objects. To paste specific color settings to selected objects, you can choose between:
|Paste as background color|
|Paste as font color|
|Paste as outline color|
|Paste as bullet color|