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Chapter 14. Constructing and Delivering ... > Entering and Editing Text on Slides

14.4. Entering and Editing Text on Slides

No presentation is complete without a word or two at least, which is why the first thing you see when you add a new slide to a presentation are the words "Click to add [the] text." As soon as you click, those words of instruction disappear, and you are free to enter a title or text of your own. Most slides include a text placeholder frame at the top for entering a slide title. Many slides also have another, larger text placeholder frame for entering a bulleted list.

To enter text, simply wiggle your fingers over the keyboard. In case you need to edit text, these pages explain how to select, delete, copy, and move text on slides. (Chapter 4 explains how to change the look of text by choosing a font and font size for letters.)


  

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