How to Replace Font in PowerPoint 2010

In PowerPoint 2010 you can use the Find and Replace capabilities easily by accessing the Home tab, however if you need to replace the font type used for a PowerPoint presentation there is a Replace Font feature that you can access from the Replace context menu. Here we will show you how to change all the fonts used in the PowerPoint slides from a given font to another font that you have in your system. For example, if you got a PowerPoint presentation that use the Comic Sans font and you want to fix it and enhance the PowerPoint presentation then you’d like to change the font to a modern font type for clean design in PowerPoint, like any of those commented here.

Bebas Neue, Glode, Korolev font, Cantarell or Lobster Two are modern fonts that you can use in your PowerPoint slides instead of the boring fonts like Times New Roman, Arial, Calibri, Courier, Comic Sans.

To replace all the fonts in a PowerPoint presentation go to Home menu and then look for Replace menu option. From here, click there and open the context menu and then choose Replace Font. As you can see, we are using our free ruler PowerPoint template as an example.

A new dialog will appear where you can select the Replace source and then the new font (under With). For example, here we can see that we will replace the Arial font to Adobe Caslon Pro. Then, click Replace and all the shapes using such font will be replaced.

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