Define your own settings in Smarter Slides.
Be your own PowerPoint add-in administrator. Change Smarter Slides add-in language, customize color palette or create individual status tags.
In most cases working with a standard solution is quite comfortable. But when it comes to your own defined corporate identity, colors, fonts and working habits it can cause some additional work. Within the Smarter Slides settings, you can administrate our tool to your specific needs: Change the language, customize the color palette or select your standard fonts. Define your own slide status message and advanced template options (e.g. always adjust the templates to your custom colors). Just open the admin panel to customize your settings and make our Smarter Slides to your Smarter Slides.
Click here to open general settings.
Choose the Smarter Slides display settings for all buttons, pop-up windows and descriptions. Currently available options are:
Choose the metric system which should be used within the pop-up windows and functions. Currently available options are:
|Pop-up window zoom|
Depending on the screen resolution the pop-up windows could seem to be too large or small. Select an option to adjust the zoom to your specific settings. Currently available options are:
|Custom colors and font|
Click to select main custom colors and fonts which are used within different Smarter Slides functions. Available custom color types are:
|Smarter Template settings|
Click here to open Smarter Template settings regarding the insert prompt.
|New slide / Current slide|
Choose “Current slide” to insert a template on the currently selected slide. Current selection is retrieved by your selection within the slide preview (selection is marked red). If no slide is selected the function is disabled. Choose “New slide” to insert a template on a new inserted slide. If you have selected a slide within the slide preview (selection is marked red), the template will be inserted on a new slide after the currently selected slide. If no selection is made, the template will be inserted on a new slide as first slide.
|Change to own colors|
Check to automatically change the color of the template shapes to your own defined colors.
|Change to monocolor|
Check to automatically change the color of the template shapes to only one color. Base color will be the first color selected within your custom color palette (if “Change to own colors” is checked) or the basic Smarter Slides blue.
Click to change the color palette for the respective template. After click on the color field, the Color Selection Manager window will open to enable the color selection.
|Adjust to placeholder size and position|
Check these options to automatically adjust a template height and/or width to the master layout (text placeholder) settings. If no master layout is defined on the current slide the first master layout (text placeholder) within the slide master is determined. Alternatively you can define your own custom placeholder settings as well.
|Customize: Delete placeholder text|
All template text shapes are filled with a placeholder. Check to automatically delete this placeholder after inserting a Smarter Template.
|Prompt settings for each template|
Check if you want to be prompted to change these settings before inserting a Smarter Template. Default selection will be made depending on your saved settings.
|Slide status settings|
Click here to open Slide status settings and to define custom slide status tags.
|Slide status color|
Click to select a color as shape fill color for the respective custom slide status. After click on the color field, the Color Selection Manager window will open to enable the color selection.
|Slide status text|
Enter the name of your custom slide status here.
|Custom placeholder settings|
Click to define placeholder settings which are used by several other functions (e.g. Adjust to Layout).
|Use master layout|
Choose “No” if you want to define your own placeholder. These settings are saved within variables and will be used by other Smarter Slides. Choose “Yes” if you want to use the placeholder settings defined in the respective master layout. If no master layout is defined on the current slide the first master layout (text placeholder) within the slide master is determined.
|Select a placeholder object|
If a custom placeholder should be used, click here to pick an object which settings (position and size) are used for the custom placeholder. After clicking the button, a smaller window will appear. Select the object and click “OK” to continue.
Click here to reset the custom settings to the standard Smarter Slides settings.
Click here to save your setting changes. After successfully saving the custom settings the pop-up window will disappear.