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Is there a way to change the font of an entire Google Slides presentation all at once? If not, this would be a very nice feature to have, and I suggest that google add it. [Note: I am not asking about how to change the default font, because that does not apply to existing text.]

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Go to View -> Master and change the font in the master slide.

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Yes, there is, by using the Google Sheets API. Maybe the easier way to use it is by using Google Apps Script.

It's possible that there is a Google Slides add-on that does this. If it already exists, you could find it from the Google Slides toolbar by clicking on the Addons menu then on Get addons.

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  • Thanks for that information, but I was hoping it would be easier than that. If anyone happens to know which addons can do that, that would be nice to know so I don't have to just try them at random. It's not really a priority for me, but I'm having the hardest time deciding whether I prefer Times New Roman (serif) or Arial (sans serif), and it would be nice to be able to switch effortlessly back and forth! – user36086 May 27 at 4:38
  • I think that you should edit your question to add more details. I.E. i didn't mentioned that Google Slides themes / master slides that might be helpful if you are open to change your how do you create presentations (assuming that you usually add text shapes rather than using slides layouts) – Rubén May 27 at 14:18

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