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Learn PowerPoint 2010 for Windows: Set Text Indentation using Numerical Values

When your text paragraphs comprise multiple bulleted levels, indentation becomes a must to make your text look consistent and clear. Indent Markers visible on the Ruler are probably the easiest way to achieve structured results. However, this method does not let you precisely position the indentation since you just drag and pull the Indent Markers rather than setting them up via an exact numerical value. Fortunately, you can also set indentation using set numerical values — for this you need to access the Paragraph dialog box.

Learn how to set text indentation using the numerical values in PowerPoint 2010.

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