In this article, you will be shown how to create your first presentation. Presentations consist of slides. Each slide can contain text, graphics, animations, and more. You’ll learn how to add slides, use the content placeholders, and add text to your presentation. Read more.
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In this article, we’ll introduce you to the PowerPoint 2013 interface, which uses the Ribbon from the previous two versions of PowerPoint. You’ll get a closer look at the Ribbon, as well as the Navigation pane and the Status bar. You’ll also learn how to manage your Microsoft account right from a new item above the Ribbon. Read more.
The PowerPoint 2013 editing tools make editing your presentation a breeze. This article covers how to work with text, including selecting, editing, deleting, cutting, copying, and pasting. It also explains how to use the Office Clipboard. You’ll learn how to use undo and redo and how to find and replace text, such as when you want to change a phrase throughout your presentation. Read more.
Every PowerPoint presentation contains one or more sets of slide masters that control the layout and appearance of each slide. Using Slide Master view, you can make changes to these slide masters and their related layouts. To open slide master view, click View -> Slide Master. Read more.
There are some circumstances in which PowerPoint will automatically delete a slide master. This can happen if the slides in the master are deleted or if another layout is applied to those slides. To prevent this from happening, you can preserve slide masters so that they are always saved even if they are not in use. Read more.
If a presentation contains multiple sets of slide masters, the Layout menu will look a little bit different. However, the process of changing the layout is the same. First, select the slide(s) to which you want to apply the master. For this example, ensure that slide one is selected in the Slides pane. Read more.