Microsoft PowerPoint Colors

The Microsoft PowerPoint colors are Microsoft PowerPoint Vermilion (Plochere), we recommend using the Microsoft PowerPoint color palette for personal projects and in the case of commercial use to visit the company website. The color codes: RGB, CYMK for print, and Hex for web HTML/CSS. Microsoft PowerPoint Official Website

Microsoft PowerPoint color codes: RGB, CMYK, Pantone, Hex

Hex Color: #d04423
RGB Color: 208 68 35
  • #d04423

Microsoft PowerPoint color Palette Download

Download the Microsoft PowerPoint color scheme palette image with the color hex codes as a single image. These are the suggested colors to be used for digital media.

Microsoft PowerPoint Brand Colors

Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful presentation software that can be used to create professional-looking presentations. One way to make your presentations more visually appealing is to use your company's brand colors.

Microsoft provides a variety of default theme colors that you can use in PowerPoint. However, if you want to use your company's brand colors, you can do so by creating a custom theme.

To create a custom theme, follow these steps:

  1. Open a new PowerPoint presentation.
  2. On the Design tab, click the Variants button.
  3. Point to Colors and click Customize Colors.
  4. In the Colors dialog box, click the Create New button.
  5. In the New Theme Colors dialog box, enter a name for your custom theme.
  6. Click the color swatches that you want to use for your theme.
  7. Click OK.

Your custom theme will now be available in the Colors dialog box. You can use it to create presentations that match your company's branding.

Here are some tips for using your company's brand colors in PowerPoint:

  • Use a limited palette of colors. Too many colors can be overwhelming and make your presentations difficult to read.
  • Use contrasting colors to highlight important information. For example, you could use a dark color for your background and a light color for your text.
  • Use consistent colors throughout your presentation. This will help to create a cohesive look.

Here are some resources that you can use to learn more about Microsoft PowerPoint brand colors:

  • Microsoft Support: Create or delete a custom theme color:
  • How to make a branded PowerPoint presentation:
  • Saving Color in PowerPoint:

I hope this article has helped you learn more about Microsoft PowerPoint brand colors. By using your company's brand colors in your presentations, you can create professional-looking presentations that will make a positive impression on your audience.