Did you read our previous blog post on the subject of colors – the one on Pictaculous? Many people ask us various things around that – how to combine colors, how to use them, which one to use when and much, much more. That’s why we are not going to stop putting out content and this is yet another post that touches and we hope will bring value to you.

PowerPoint. The tool most of us use for our slideshows has one very nifty feature that not many know about – the Eyedropper. This feature is the feature that you want to use when you want to “pick” the color of an another object on your slide(or an object on a different slide). Compared to Pictaculous which you can use to get the whole color palette of an image, eyedropper is different because it gives you just one color – the one that you clicked on. However, that by itself is really handy whenever you want to make a box, chart or just a text in the exact same color as something else on the slide. So how does this work? It’s pretty simple.

Eyedropper in Action

Cool, right? Let us know if you knew this feature and if not – are you now going to give it a try? Let us know in the comments!