Looking for way to apply common styles to all tables in PowerPoint

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This is my Setup. Windows 7 running on a laptop with Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. I have created a presentation with many pages/ Most of them have tables and graphs. How to select all tables in power point at a time? How to apply various formats such as fonts, size and colors etc to al the tables at a time? I do not want to update the style of all the tables one by one as it calls for more time. How to perform this action? Thanks for your help?

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Looking for way to apply common styles to all tables in PowerPoint

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If you have many pages in your Microsoft Office PowerPoint presentation where most of them have tables and you simply want to copy the formatting of one table to the rest of the tables in the presentation, it is possible. The best approach to this is to copy the table from Office PowerPoint to another Office application like Microsoft Office Word.

Then from there, simply copy it to the rest of the pages in Office PowerPoint that contains a table. First, format the page in your Office PowerPoint that has the first table. Apply all the necessary formatting such as the border size, font size, font style, border style, and others.

Once the table is completely formatted, copy it out of Office PowerPoint and into Office Word or Office Excel, for example, because they are more flexible than Office PowerPoint. Then, from the table you pasted on Office Word or Office Excel, copy it to the other pages in your Office PowerPoint presentation that also has a table.

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