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Entering the Text in PowerPoint Slides - PowerPoint tutorial


This tutorial explains how to change the appearance of text, create text boxes, and create text box shapes. We solve the riddle of what to do when text does not fit in a text box or text placeholder frame. You also discover how to align text, handle bulleted and numbered lists, and put a footer on all or some of the slides in your presentation.
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