Applying Style to Slides and Modules Tutorial

Slide: Similar to PowerPoint, a slide is a blank page that you can add content to such as text, images, PDFs, etc.


Module: Modules are used to add content to your Aportfolio. Here are some examples of modules: rich text module, image/video/audio module, gallery module, contact module, and google module


Note: If your ePortfolio was built prior to September 1st 2018, you may need to make a copy of your ePortfolio so that these styles can be applied.




Step 1

 

To apply the same style (such as background color or image) to all slides, click on the gear icon at the top right of the slide.


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Step 2

A menu will pop up on the left side of the screen.  Click on the paint bucket to the right of the “customize style” option.

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Step 3

There are two options for customizing the style for slides:


apply to all new slides


OR


apply to existing slides.

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Step 4

Clicking “apply to all new slides,” applies the style of the slide to all new slides created.

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Step 5

After clicking “apply to all new slides,” this page will appear asking which style properties you would like applied to all new slides.

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Step 6

Once you click “apply to all new slides,” a window will appear asking if you want to “apply style.” Click “apply style” to apply to all new slides.

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Step 7

Clicking “Apply to Existing Slides,” applies your selected styles to all slides.

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Step 8

Once you click “apply to existing slides,” a window will appear asking  if you want to “apply style.” If you would like to exclude a particular setting, simply uncheck the blue checkbox next to the style element. Doing so will return that particular style element to the system default. Click “apply style” to apply to existing slides.

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Step 9

To apply the same style to a Rich Text module (includes font type, size ,color etc) hover the mouse over a rich text module and click on the gear icon.

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Step 10

A menu will pop up on the left side of the screen. To the right of the “customize style” option, click on the paint bucket.

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Step 11

There are two options for customizing the module style: apply to all new modules OR apply to existing modules.

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Step 12

Clicking “apply to all new modules,” applies the style of the module to all new modules created.

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Step 13

Once you click “apply to all new modules,” a window will appear askingif you want to “apply style.” If you would like to exclude a particular setting, simply uncheck the blue checkbox next to the style element. Doing so will return that particular style element to the system default. Click “apply style” to apply to all new modules.

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Step 14

Clicking “apply to existing modules,” applies the style of the module to all existing Rich Text modules on your Aportfolio.

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Step 15

Once you click “apply to existing modules,” a window will appear asking if you want to “apply style.” Click “apply style” to apply to existing modules.

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If you have any questions about how to use this feature you can contact us at aportfolio@appstate.edu