Learn PowerPoint 2010: Select, Deselect, View, and Hide Shapes Using the Selection and Visibility Task Pane

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Other than selecting a shape or any slide object by clicking on it, you can use the Selection and Visibility task pane to select shapes that are difficult to select, or are placed behind other shapes. The Selection and Visibility task pane option is only available within PowerPoint 2007 and later versions, and it replaces the Select Multiple Objects tool in earlier versions of PowerPoint.

Learn how you can use the Selection and Visibility task pane in PowerPoint 2010.

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