When you have several objects stacked on top of each other, you should use the Selection Pane to make it easier to select objects and change their stacking order. This video shows how to get to the Selection Pane and how to work with it.
- [Narrator] Do you ever have objects on a slide…in PowerPoint that you want to stack on top of each other,…but you have a hard time getting the right object on top?…In this week's PowerPoint tips,…we're going to make it much easier to stack objects…using the selection pane.…So first, let's take a look at this slide.…See how I have a picture…with a nice green border around it?…Well, that border is really just a box…underneath a picture.…You'll see if I move the picture away,…what I've got here is this green box.…So I'm stacking objects on top of each other.…So let's get this set up on this slide as well.…
First, I need to insert the picture…that I want to work with.…So I'll go to the insert ribbon to insert pictures.…I'll navigate to the folder…that contains the picture I want.…Here's my picture, and I'll hit insert.…So now I have the picture here.…Let's just resize it a little bit.…It's just a little too big for me there.…Alright there we go.…Next let's make that box that we want…to put behind the picture.…So again, we'll go to the insert ribbon.…
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