Finding and replacing content


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Finding and replacing content

If you've ever used the Find and Replace functionality often found in word processing applications like Microsoft Word, you'll be happy to know that PowerPoint has that same functionality; they are shared throughout the Office suite. So if you need to find content quickly, it's easier to use PowerPoint than to try and do it yourself - probably a lot faster - and if you need to find something and replace it with something else, you can save even more time. So let's start with our TwoTrees presentation here, trying to find some content.

We could go to the Edit menu, but you'll also notice, up on the toolbar in the very far right-hand corner, you'll see Search in Presentation. There is a field there for searching. You just click inside, and type what we are looking for. Let's type in the work 'garlic,' for example. Now when you press your Return key on the keyboard, you are going to go to the first occurrence of the word 'garlic' in this presentation....

Finding and replacing content
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Finding and replacing content provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the PowerPoint for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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PowerPoint for Mac
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