How to Use the Eyedropper to Match Colors in PowerPoint?

The “Eyedropper” tool in PowerPoint is a feature that allows you to extract and match colors from shapes, images, infographics, videos, or any other element inside or outside your presentation.

And apply the color to the objects on your slides (such as a shape, text, shape border, table, etc).

One thing to note is that the eyedropper tool only copies a single color at a time. But, you can always use the tool multiple times.

Step-1: Select the preferred objects

Make sure to select only those shapes to which you intend to apply the color. Don’t select the object that has the intended color.

Step-2: Click on the “Shape Fill” button

It is the first option to the right of the “Drawing” section, which is located in the “Home” tab. This will open a drop-down menu.

Step-3: Select the “Eyedropper” option

After you have opened the drop-down menu, select the “Eyedropper” option which is the 4th option from the bottom in that dropdown menu.

Step-4: Select your preferred color from the slide

After you have selected the “Eyedropper” option, the cursor of your computer will change to the icon of a small eyedropper.

To apply the color, simply click on the object on the slide that contains the intended color and the objects will change colors accordingly.

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