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ProPresenter 6 Tutorial: Adding a black highlight to text

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Over on the ProPresenter Users’ Group (https://facebook.com/groups/propresenterusersgroup) on Facebook, one of the users, Braxton, asked how to add a black highlight to text. This is the result.

In this case, adding a highlight isn’t using the highlighter in the telestrator. That works on one slide and isn’t very neat. The way to do it is draw a box under the lyrics.

You’ll need to right click on the slide with the most words and select “edit slide”. Now, draw boxes over each line of lyrics. Then rearrange the order so that the boxes are underneath the words.

Now, get out of the editor.

Right click on the same slide and select template and then new template from slide.

Finally, apply the template to the rest of the slides.

For a better explanation, watch the video above.

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