While working in PowerPoint you might have noticed that you resize text boxes almost the same way as you would resize shapes or any other slide object — select the slide object and you will see eight handles, four on the corners and four on the sides — you then drag any of these corners to resize. The problem with this approach is that there is no accuracy in resizing. There might be times when you need your text box to be resized to some particular size — for example, you want it to be exactly as wide as a picture you have inserted.
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