Adding text boxes


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Adding text boxes

So what is a text box? Honestly, it's just a rectangular shape with no background and no outline. Yeah, in fact, you've been typing into text boxes all along Those placeholders where you've added things like a title and bullets were text boxes. There's really nothing special about a text box, except for its formatting. So why does it get its own video? Because it's the concept that's important. With text boxes, you can add your own text anywhere on the slide, annotating graphics or charts, or just throwing in some additional information.

Let's go to Slide # 15 to show you what I mean. In the third quarter, a major wholesaler picked up one of our lines of olive oils and Sales skyrocketed. I want to show that on our table. Let's move our table up a few notches to make room for a new text box that's going to appear underneath. Now, I'll click the text box tool found here under the Home Tab. I'll position my mouse right about here, underneath quarter t...

Adding text boxes
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Adding text boxes provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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