Outline view is a great way for you to modify a slide in Microsoft PowerPoint. Any changes you make in Outline view will generate changes on the slide canvas.
- [Instructor] As we go through, … we could take advantage of the Outline View … to modify a slide. … Remember, any changes you make in the Outline View … will actually generate changes on the slide canvas. … For example, I can make a change to shorten a bullet. … Maybe I decide I don't need to mention OmniGraffle. … I could highlight it here and press Delete, … and you see that the slide updates. … Or maybe I want to highlight the title here and apply bold. … This makes it pretty fast to work with the content, … particularly as you're browsing. … Now, you might decide, for example, on this slide … that it's really text-heavy … and you want to split that into two slides. … For example, we can click right here … and press the Return key, … and you see what it did there is just add another bullet, … but if I press Shift + Tab for outdent, … it creates another slide. … Now, in this case, I'm actually going to format this … as a two column slide, … and I've changed my mind here. … If I press Delete, …
This course was created and produced by Rich Harrington.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Approaching a Presentation
2. Building the Outline
3. Using the Outline to Create Slides
4. Working with Text
5. Photos, Video, Charts, and Shapes
6. Animating a Presentation
7. Getting Ready for Playback of Your Presentation
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