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12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Hierarchical Guide Options in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Enabling Guides for your presentation slides helps ensure that your objects are easily aligned, and also in the same relative position in successive slides. But just enabling Guides is more like getting started. There's so much more you can do, such as customizing the Guides themselves using hierarchical options. Learn about the hierarchical Guide options in PowerPoint 2016.


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Guide Options in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Among the many features in PowerPoint 2016, there are some that are more useful than the others. Options for using Guides are certainly vital. Many users are not aware of all the capabilities that Guides offer. For example, Guides can be added through the right-click menu. You can add new Guides that are offset to your existing Guides. And Guides need not be grey in color -- you can choose from


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Adding More Guides in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Once you have made Guides visible on your PowerPoint slides, they show up in the same position on all other slides within the presentation. You'll find that only two Guides -- one horizontal and one vertical Guide are visible at first, and these two Guides intersect at the center of the slide. Most of the time, this might work for you, but you can actually add more Guides since these can help


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Working with Guides in PowerPoint 2016

Let's start with the basics -- what are Guides? Consider Guides as a Grid on your slide that you create -- each single Guide can be moved, added, or deleted. Guides also have snap options that are always on -- once the Guides are made visible on the slide, all objects that venture close enough to them just snap. Along with Rulers and Gridlines, Guides help you position your slide objects with


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Working with Snap to Grid in PowerPoint 2016

Making gridlines visible on your slides in PowerPoint 2016 is only a good idea if you use the Grid feature to attain some results. If you are serious about using Grids to position slide objects with more precision, you must first visit the options available for changing Grid settings. Once you have played around with the grid settings, you are better equipped and prepared to explore how the


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Rulers in PowerPoint 2016

When working with multiple slide objects, you should have a visual cue about where you are placing slide objects. You can get exact coordinates of your slide objects using the positioning options in PowerPoint -- but most of the time, you just need an approximate idea of where your objects are placed -- and this can be easily obtained by using the Rulers option available in PowerPoint. By


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Ungrouping Slide Objects

You can ungroup a slide object only if they are grouped in the first place. Before starting this tutorial, make sure you have a group of slide objects. Thereafter, follow these steps to ungroup objects in PowerPoint 2007 or higher versions.Learn more now...Categories: positioning, powerpoint_2007, tutorials


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Learn PowerPoint: Ungrouping Slide Objects

Before starting this tutorial, make sure you have a group of slide objects. Thereafter, follow these steps to ungroup objects in PowerPoint 2002 and 2003.Read more here...Categories: positioning, powerpoint, tutorials


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2007: Grouping Slide Objects

This tutorial shows you how you can group slide objects in PowerPoint 2007 and higher with regular Ribbon tab controls, right-click options, and shortcut keys. When you have many (or more than one) slide objects on a slide that you want to manipulate in the same way, you might want to consider grouping them. Grouping can be helpful in many scenarios.Learn more now...Categories: positioning,


12/05/2016 04:34 AM

Learn PowerPoint: Grouping Slide Objects

When you have many (or more than one) slide objects on a slide that you want to manipulate in the same way, you might want to consider grouping them. Grouping can be helpful in the several scenarios: You want to animate several slide objects at the same time as a single object, or you have too many objects on the slide, and want them all grouped so that you don't have to select them individually


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