By Joe Habraken
Simply because most folk would not have the posh of sitting down uninterrupted for hours at a time to benefit PowerPoint, this 10-Minute advisor specializes in the main frequently used good points, protecting them in classes designed to take 10 mins or much less to accomplish. moreover, this consultant teaches you ways to exploit PowerPoint with out hoping on technical jargon. in its place, it presents trouble-free, easy-to-follow causes and lists of numbered steps that inform you which keys to press and which recommendations to choose.
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4 You can edit your text in Outline view. TIP Auto Word Select When you select text, PowerPoint selects whole words. If you want to select individual characters, open the Tools menu, select Options, click the Edit tab, and click the When Selecting, Automatically Select Entire Word check box to turn it off. Click OK. MOVING TEXT IN THE OUTLINE PANE As you work in the Normal view, you also can view your presentation slides as an outline using the Outline pane. This provides you with a quick way to move text items around on a slide or move them from slide to slide.
Click the template that you want to use in the list. The tem- plate is immediately applied to the slide in the Slide pane. 45 06 6378 CH05 46 10/22/01 3:22 PM Page 46 LESSON 5 3. When you have decided on a particular template (you can click on any number of templates to see how they affect your slides), save the presentation (click the Save button on the toolbar). CAUTION The Design Template Changes Custom Formatting If you spent time bolding text items on a slide or changing font colors, these changes are affected (lost) when you select a new design template.
For other object placeholders, double-click the placeholder. PLAIN ENGLISH Cloning a Slide To create an exact replica of an existing slide (in any view), select the slide you want to duplicate. Click Insert, and then select Duplicate Slide. The new slide is inserted after the original slide. You then can choose a different layout for the slide if you want. 07 6378 CH06 10/22/01 3:23 PM Page 53 Inserting, Deleting, and Copying Slides INSERTING SLIDES FROM ANOTHER PRESENTATION If you want to insert some or all of the slides from another presentation into the current presentation, perform these steps: 1.
10 Minute Guide to Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 by Joe Habraken