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Add slides, which are the building blocks of a presentation, and understand how layouts can provide you with quick ways to insert content aligned on your slide.
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Adding Slides, Changing Layouts and Exploring the Outline
Inserting slides, creating content using placeholders (including text), and using the Outline Pane.
When to use
To insert slides and create content within a presentation.
To insert slides
- On the Home tab, in the Slides group, click the arrow below the New Slide button, point to a Layout you want, and click it.
- On the View tab, in the Presentation Views group, click Normal, and then right-click anywhere within the Slides pane and select New Slide.
To insert content
- Click inside the placeholder to add text or select one of the other six icons to add other content.
- On the View tab, in the Presentation Views group, click Outline View to insert text.
The keyboard shortcut Shift+Alt+arrow keys allows you to move bulleted or numbered text upwards or downwards, or to promote or demote the text.
The Outline View is only to manipulate text – images won’t appear in this view, but will appear on the slide.
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