RGB

Learn how to assign RGB values to PowerPoint backgrounds or grab Red Green Blue color values using eye dropper tools for Microsoft Windows and Mac.

Using a Color Picker or Eye Dropper in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac

PowerPoint 2013 comes with a nice Eye Dropper feature that let you pick any color from the design and get the RGB values. This way you can create slide designs based in the corporate identity or using the colors you want. In PowerPoint for Mac there is no such feature, however you can still continue …

Best Color Picker For Designers And Presenters

Using a color picker or eye dropper is essential for designers to create color palettes, UI designs, themes, and templates for websites, presentation slides and apps. While many applications like PhotoShop and CorelDraw come with a built-in color picker, web and application development tools don’t. If you are looking for a good color picker then …

Using Brand Colors to Customize your Business PowerPoint Presentations

If you are in the need of designing a corporate PowerPoint presentation for a brand then following the visual identity guideline may be a must. If this is the case and you need to prepare a presentation for any top brands then Brand Colors may be a simple but effective tool to learn and grab …

Color Models and RGB vs HSL

From a computer graphics perspective , a Color Model is an abstract mathematical model that explains the manner colors can be represented as its components or tuples of numbers. When the model is related with an accurate description of how the constituents are to be understood, the result comes in the form of color space …

EyeDropper in PowerPoint 2013 (Office 15)

PowerPoint 2013 has lot of new features that you can use to enhance your PowerPoint presentations or improve your presentation design process. EyeDropper is one of these new features and it allows you to pick the color used in any other element on the slide or screen. Eye Dropper utility can be really helpful to …

How to Change Background Color in PowerPoint 2010

In PowerPoint presentations you can change background color. The best way to do this is to change the template background color in the master view. This will let you use the same background color among the whole presentation and also for the new slides that you will create. In order to change the background color …