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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Inserting New Slides

When you create a new presentation using a template (even the Blank presentation template) or a theme, you are almost always provided a title slide. The title slide contains two text boxes: one for the title and one for a subtitle. All the text on your slides resides in text boxes or table boxes (all objects appear on a slide in their own frames, for easy manipulation). To enter text on a slide, such as the title text box, click in the text box and type your text.

After you fill the text box or boxes on a slide, you are probably ready to insert another slide into the presentation. Select the layout for the new slide. The new Slide command is in the Slide group, which resides on the Ribbon’s Home tab. Other slide-related commands, ...

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