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Cool Using the Formatting toolbar in PowerPoint by Joe Keny - August 23rd, 2009

By using the formatting toolbar, you can easily apply to the rapidly changing format of your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. These buttons change the appearance of your text, as well as the basic structure of the slides. The instructions then go through the most popular buttons on the formatting toolbar in PowerPoint .

change the style and appearance of the source using the formatting toolbar to change font, size and font style. Click the "face" to specify the font you want and the font size "to adjust the font size in the PowerPoint document. The button represented by the letter" B "in bold text, the button I will be the text in italics and the "U" button to underline the text .

Use the alignment buttons on the formatting toolbar to specify the alignment of text in PowerPoint slides. These Buttons line of his text in relation to the margins of the slide, and the buttons for these are represented by a set of lines. The first button is to align the left-button the middle button is the middle button and the third is Right click on the button to align .

Increase or decrease the font size using the "Increase font size" button that is represented by a large letter "A" and "Reduce the size of The letter "button that is represented by a small letter" A. "

Click the "Decrease indent text to decrease the indentation of text in the presentation and the" Increase indent text "to increase the indentation of the text. These buttons are represented by a set of lines with arrows pointing inwards or outwards .

Select the "Design" to open the "Slide Design" task pane, the "New Slide" to insert a new slide and open the "Slide Layout" and the panel "Design" to open the "Slide Layout" task pane .

Choose the increase or decrease paragraph buttons to increase or decrease space between paragraphs space.

Use the button represented by an up arrow to move a portion of selected text or object, whereas you can use the down-arrow button to move the object down.
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