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Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Selecting and Changing Text

Although PowerPoint does include options to use pictures, SmartArt, charts, sounds, and even video clips, we rarely see presentations that have no text at all. Nothing conveys a message better than text, and even pictures do need captions in the form of text. In PowerPoint, several slide objects can include text — these include text placeholders, text boxes, shapes, tables, SmartArt, charts, etc. In this tutorial though, we are only exploring selecting and editing text within text placeholders, text boxes, and shapes.

Learn how to select and change text within text placeholders, text boxes, and shapes in PowerPoint 2013.

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