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I am inserting Equation Editor 3.0 objects in a Powerpoint97 presentation.  The background of the presentation is dark blue and thus the normal black font color of the equations is not visible.  I want to change the color of the Equation font to white.  Is there a way to achieve this.  One method I tried and which works is copying the object, pasting as a picture, ungrouping it  (it disintegrates on doing that), and selecting every piece and changing color and finally regrouping all of it.  That definitely is a very clumsy way.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hi,

Insert your equation as normal, then right click it, choose the format object option.  Next choose the picture tab, then click on recolor.
In the top left window you will see two headings, original and new, change the new one that is black to white.
Problem solved.

Hope this helps

Frazer
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