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How to change backgroud colour in Power point slide

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Hi i have a power point slide , i want to change its backgroud to white .
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You don't specify which version of Powerpoint, but for Powerpoint 2007 it is:0

Design Tab, Background Styles, Format Background, Fill, Color
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by:Chris Bottomley
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Have you tried right click on teh slide background and format background, fill, color, automatic?

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