Powerpoint Handout Printing


T

The mule

I am trying to print a powerpoint presentation using Handout printing mode.
The presentation has quite a few text boxes that print with a black border in
Handout mode even though there is no border in normal presentation mode.
Does anyone have any idea how to do away with this border? Thanks.
 
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J

John Wilson

Are you printing in Black and White / Greyscale. Try going to Greyscale view
method depends on your version, always good to qupte it!) Right click on
shapes that do this and choose greyscale settings > white. Now print in
Greyscale.

Usually the black border indicates that the text box has a fill. Maybe this
is white and you could go to no fill?


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T

The mule

Sorry I'm using Office 2003. I think that the .ppt was created in 2007. The
text boxes do have a fill as they are covering over existing text in some
pictures. I tried changeing the "No Fill" color of the border to "White" and
the text box border still showed up. The slides are printing in Gray scale
currently. Thanks.
 

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