Guides in PowerPoint 2016

Created: Thursday, November 26, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



Like Gridlines, Guides also allow you to position and snap your slide objects in place. For most professional slide designers, creating slides without guides would be very worrisome! When guides are enabled for the first time within PowerPoint, you can just see two guides by default. These guides are two dotted lines, one horizontal and the other vertical. They span to intersect exactly at the center of the slide.

Learn about viewing and hiding Guides in PowerPoint 2016.

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