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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Working with Text Boxes and Formatting

Most of the text found on your presentation slides is typically held in a frame called a text box (although tables can also hold text as can other objects). When you insert a new slide into a presentation, you are provided several layout options for that slide. The new slide can use such layouts as Title and Content or Two Content. To add text to a text content box, place the insertion point in a title box or content box (both are default text content boxes) with placeholder text, and then enter the text. The default for content boxes is a bulleted list.

To edit existing text in a text box, select the current text or place the insertion point and then edit the text. The only time that you will need to create ...

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