Learn PowerPoint 2010: Change Slide Layout

Created: Friday, November 12, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



A typical PowerPoint presentation comprises a bunch of slides and I like to think of these slides as akin to a blank canvas — you add your content to the slides in much the same way as you use brushes to create strokes of paint to color a canvas. However unlike canvas, PowerPoint does not like to provide you a non-structured freedom — and this can be good in many ways. Primarily, PowerPoint categorizes each slide type into one of its prescribed layouts — examples of such layouts include the Title layout, the Title and Content layout, the Title Only layout, the Blank layout, and several more layouts.

Learn how you can change the slide layout in PowerPoint 2010.

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