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Python-pptx Slide Layouts: What You Should Know

RST at master — GitHub Python-pptx/slide-layout.RST at master — GitHub Live Layout import — Stack Overflow This is a new module introduced in Python-pptx 0.6.21. It provides a more flexible and powerful way of adding properties to all slides The layout of a slide appears to be an item in the slide tree. It is similar in style to “style-tree” module in PowerPoint. Furthermore, it allows slides to have property “slide-1” and another property  “slide-2”. This means that all the slide types can have the property “slide-1”, i.e.  Slide Tree. A slide tree is an item in the slide tree. The properties of a slide are inherited from one  another, if a slide does not have all the properties of other slides. This is similar to “property-list” module in PowerPoint. It also allows slide types to have the property “slide-2”. Some Properties in slide-tree: slide-1/description text slide-4/position text slide-2/font color slide-1/color text slide-2/label/text The first part of these text is used with the description text in the first property of a slide (title, topic or content) When you select a node, it adds the next properties to slide tree. Slide tree layout. The slide tree consists of an underlying item called “tree” which contains all the properties of the slides. A root slide has an item called “slide” with properties as its children. A leaf slide (the first one). It has an item called “l”, with the following properties: Slide tree layout. The slide tree consists of an underlying item called “tree” which contains all the properties of the slides. A root slide has an item called “slide” with properties as its children. A leaf slide (the first one). It has an item called “l”, with the following properties: Some more properties are shown below: The above properties are used for color, fonts, and label/text. Text and label/text is in the same slide.