Working in Outline view


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Working in Outline view

PowerPoint pros will tell to you that it's much more efficient to build your presentation's content first than to worry that its appearance. To this end, instead of clicking around in all your Placeholders to do your typing, PowerPoint has an outline view, that allows you to focus directly on your content. When I look at the thumbnails on the left-hand side, I see that there is a tab right here that says Outline, and when I click on it, it focuses on the content. I can resize this box by holding my cursor over the edge until I get a double-headed arrow and then dragging it to make it narrower or wider as needed.

I can see that my slides are numbered and this little icon here, I can click on it to go to a slide, and when I click on it, you can see that it highlights all the content on the slide. So if I want to do any formatting all I have to do is click on the slide icon and anything that I change will be applied to everything all at once. You'll also notice that th...

Working in Outline view
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Working in Outline view provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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PowerPoint
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