Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with text, part of Office for iPad and iPhone Essential Training.
…To enter text into your presentation,…double tap into the existing text placeholder.…The placeholder text will disappear and you can enter your text.…Tap Return on the keyboard to get a new line, tap the X to go back, and…you can tap anywhere out of the box, or tap the keyboard icon in the bottom right…to make it go away to see how your presentation looks with the new text.…To continue working, double tap into the next block and continue adding text.…To make edits to existing texts, tap back into the text block.…
You can either single tap and select Edit Text.…You can also double tap and tap and drag on the anchor points to make your changes.…At anytime, you can tap on the home ribbon tab to change font properties.…You can change the font face, the color of the text, size, add boldface, italics.…Now notice that I don't have the text selected.…All I did was tap into that place holder.…
Even though you've started with a template,…you can over-ride any aspect of it.…So now that that's the basics on how to start working with text,…
- Installing Office for iPad
- Exploring the interface
- Creating new documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
- Changing the page layout in Word
- Inserting pictures and charts in Excel
- Adding slide transitions in PowerPoint
- Collaborating in Office for iPad and iPhone
Skill Level Beginner
1. Word for iPad
2. Excel for iPad
3. PowerPoint for iPad
4. Outlook for iPad
4. Collaborating with Office for iPad
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