Learn PowerPoint 2003: Applying Slide Layouts

Created: Wednesday, August 10, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2003 are a collection of various placeholders laid out in a fixed arrangement on the slide. You cannot create your own Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2003 (you can create Slide Layouts in later versions), but you can certainly choose from the several great Slide Layouts that PowerPoint 2003 provides. Let’s first show you what exactly a Slide Layout is, and then explore applying Slide Layouts.

Learn what Slide Layouts are, and how you can apply another Slide Layout to your existing slide in PowerPoint 2003.

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