Fixing Layouts Without Losing Formatting in PowerPoint
Don't let PowerPoint mess up your formatting
PowerPoint is very mouse-intensive software. It’s inevitable that from time to time we’ll move something accidentally.
One solution is to reset the layout to move titles and content back where they belong. This unfortunately applies all of the default formatting from the template and removes or undoes a lot of additional design work you have done.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you HOW TO...
- Get all your content lined back up to your template’s layout at the click of a button.
- Protect any custom formatting or object placements that you may not wish to change by reapplying layouts rather than resetting them.
All PowerPoint users
Reapplying vs Resetting a layout and other ways to protect objects you do not want to change
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