How To Create A Default Presentation Template in PowerPoint?

Microsoft Office is the complete productivity software which helps to create a text document in MS Word, create spreadsheet in MS Excel, and also helps in making the professional presentation in MS PowerPoint etc. You can install this software through This software completely makes the work of the organizations easier. It is used in all the organizations, firms, businesses, offices and homes. No other software has the capability to compete with MS Office. It is easy to use and compatible with the devices like Window OS, Mac, Operating System, Computers and Android Phones etc. In this blog, you will learn how you can create a default presentation in PowerPoint.

Save the Original Default Template:

For Windows:

For this, first you have to open the PowerPoint and then you have to create a new presentation by using the Blank Presentation template. After this, you have to choose File and then select Save As. Now you have to select This PC. Here you have to enter a new name for the original template. Just select the Save as type down arrow and then you have to choose PowerPoint Template. At last, you have to select Save.

For Mac:

First you have to open PowerPoint. Then you have to Choose File and then just Save as Template. Now in the File Format box, you have to select PowerPoint Template. Here the saving location will change to the folder where the PowerPoint stores its templates. It is advised that do not change this location. The original default design template is known as blank presentation and you should name the file old blank presentation, with the file extension .POTX (.POT) this tells it are a template file and not a presentation file. At last, close the file.

Create Your New Default Presentation:

For this, first you have to open a new blank PowerPoint presentation. Before doing any kind of edits, just save the file with a different name as a template. Then you have to choose File and select Save As. And on a Mac device you have to select File and then save as Template. After this, just change the file type to PowerPoint Template. Now, in the Filename text box, you have to type blank presentation. You can make changes like Change the background color, Change font styles and Add pictures or graphics, like logo which you want in this new blank presentation template. At last, just save the file when you completed.

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