How to Replace Text in PowerPoint Using Embed Fonts Jun 17, 2023 — How PowerPoint Font Replacement helps you to replace text written embedded in a PowerPoint file. Dec 20, 2023 – 1. Click on “Format” ‹Show ›› and then on “Presentation Style: Word.” How to Save the PowerPoint File to a Font Files Directory July 25, 2023 — You may save your PowerPoint presentation using a saved PowerPoint file, but this may leave an unpressed copy, and you need to be very careful so that you do not lose information. In this post we will look more into this topic. We will also discuss how to remove the original PowerPoint file after the file is saved, but do not worry we will not go deeply about this topic. Step 1. Open your PowerPoint file, click on the tab “File”, and then click on the tab “Save As” Step 2. A dialog frame will open. Just click “Yes” to save the file in the font directory. How to Replace Text in PowerPoint from a Font File May 25, 2023 — You may download a file which has already been made and then save it. It's the same file as the file I previously mentioned How to Replace Text in PowerPoint from a Font File “, but it is a bit smaller, and you won't have the option to replace text from the text file. If you save the file, you may see the original text embedded in it, if that's the case, your PowerPoint file might be corrupted. You can either replace it, or delete the text and re-save it. If you want to save the original file, you'll have to go into the text file which contains the text you want to replace and change its Font attribute to none, then select the font you would like to save it in. If you like to replace the text in the word processing tool “Microsoft Office” or “Microsoft Word” then you may have to change its Font attributes in that program to none. “Font” is a character reference that denotes a font and the font's use in an application. Using the “Font” attribute, you can determine the font used in a document and select the font for saving later in another application, or in the context bar of PowerPoint itself.