How to make a Google ThemeCreating a Google Theme
How to make your own theme in Google Slides. Visit drive.google.com and click "NEW" to make a new Google Slides show. You use the host application to control the overall characteristics of your presentations. Then click View and click Advanced to design and customise your design. Pick a theme that looks similar to what you want.
Don't be worried about colours and lettering; you can modify these and many other features afterwards. To give your design a customized name and distinguish it from the basic design, click the Rename icon. All changes you make to the master transparency will affect all of your design's layouts.
This makes it simple to cover the entire area with writings, colours and head selections. It can also be used to include your company name, your telephone number or your company name in your theme. If you click in the empty area above your masterslide, the "Background" icon will appear; it has one of the greatest effects on your topic visually.
Load an picture onto your wallpaper, select a full colour or create a colour blend for the wallpaper of the theme. As soon as your Masters theme looks the way you want it to, browse through the preformatted laysouts to make sure the changes you've made to the Masterslide appear directly in each layout.
When you have the same dilemma across multiple laysouts, customize your parent slides to fix it all the way down the line. Once the localization of the bug is greater, you can customize the custom look in your design. They can also make your own designs with the latest designs. Do you want to be able to use your design over and over again, so name your finished design as a pattern so you don't forget to use this copy as a presenter.
The Presentations section of the Imported Theme field lets you either browse through the file listing to find your topic, or enter its name in the Find toolbar. To insert your own colours, scripts and layout, click on " Insert Design ". There are many small things needed, such as an individual design, to create your own unique style, so that your clients will think of you when they are willing to buy or buy.