Deleting slides and changing layouts


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Deleting slides and changing layouts

None of us create the perfect presentation the first time through. We occasionally want to delete slides that we don't need, or change the layouts of existing slides to better suit our content. Here, I'll show you how to do just that. Think of it as an eraser for your chisel. Let's start by creating a new slide between slides two and three. So I'll select slide 2, I'll click on the New Slide, and I'll give it a title and some content.

Before I show you how to delete a slide, I want to show you how you can reapply slide layouts to existing slides. Remember that a layout configures the slide's placeholders, like this text box, and moves it into a set position. This is great for maintaining consistency among your slides. I'll pull down the Layout menu, and we see the same layout options as before when we added a new slide. Even though I already have content entered, I can switch among layouts, and PowerPoint repositions everything for me.

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Deleting slides and changing layouts
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Deleting slides and changing layouts provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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