Rich Color Overlays in PowerPoint (That look like the Adobe Multiply Blend Mode)
How to do the Multiply Blend Mode in PowerPoint
When designers start using PowerPoint, they inevitably say “I wish PowerPoint had the Multiply effect from Adobe”.
This tutorial shows how to quickly mimic the multiply effect that leaves you with rich colors and photography rather than the washed out look that editing opacity alone does.
- PowerPoint users with an emphasis on color and beautiful photography
- By using a few settings beyond opacity, you can adapt elements on your slide to behave and work in the same way as the multiply blend mode
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