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Use placeholders to quickly add content to your slides including text, diagrams, and charts – so that you can later change the location and proportions of these objects, often with a single mouse click.
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The Content Placeholder and Bullet Levels
Using layouts and placeholders to control the location and alignment of slide content.
When to use
To add and place various content on slides.
To add new content to a slide
- Right-click a slide, and then click the Layout menu item and select a specific layout.
- Click within the content placeholder and type or paste text, or
- Choose one of the six content icons to add that type of content within the placeholder.
To move content such as an image to a placeholder
- Apply a layout to the slide that contains a content placeholder.
- Select the image and cut it to the clipboard using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+X.
- Select the boundary of a content placeholder with the pointer.
- Paste the image from the clipboard using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V.
Placeholders on a slide can be reset by right-clicking the slide, and select Reset Slide. Layouts and placeholders can be customized in the Slide Master, available on the View tab on the ribbon.
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