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Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: New Hierarchial Guide Options

Enabling Guides for your presentation slides is a great way to make sure that your objects are aligned — and often in the same position in successive slides. PowerPoint 2013 also lets you work with Guides on a higher hierarchial level within the Slide Master and individual Slide Layouts. Depending upon whether you added Guides within the Slide Master, an individual Slide Layout, or even a normal slide — your Guides are color-coded for easy identification.

Learn about the new hierarchial Guide options in PowerPoint 2013.

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