Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Display Slides In High Contrast

Viewing Slides in High Contrast has been there since Office 2000 version. The high-contrast setting works for viewing slides and thumbnails in normal and slide sorter view. In slide show view, slides are displayed as they are designed . High contrast is a screen-only setting; it does not affect the actual presentation, nor does it apply to the printed presentation.

Steps to Display Slides in High Contrast: 

1) On the Windows Start menu, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.

2) Double-click the Accessibility Options icon.

3) On the Display tab, select the Use High Contrast check box and click OK.

4) On the View menu in Microsoft PowerPoint, point to Color/Grayscale, and then click High Contrast.


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