Rulers in PowerPoint 2016

Created: Wednesday, November 25, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



When working with multiple slide objects, you should have a visual cue about where you are placing slide objects. You can get exact coordinates of your slide objects using the positioning options in PowerPoint — but most of the time, you just need an approximate idea of where your objects are placed — and this can be easily obtained by using the Rulers option available in PowerPoint. By default, the Rulers may not be visible, but when made visible — they are located on the top and left parts of the active slide.

Learn about viewing and using Rulers in PowerPoint 2016.

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