Learn PowerPoint 2003: Reapplying Slide Layouts

Created: Thursday, August 11, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Do any of these scenarios sound familiar? The title placeholders in your PowerPoint slide may move to another position due to your mouse slipping off your fingers, and you did not realize that until you had already saved the presentation. Or you may have received a presentation from a colleague who has made some changes to text — for example, 6 pt Algerian font face in light yellow color over a white background. While you can manually correct all these discrepancies, it goes without saying that you will be spending a huge amount of time making these corrections — and that’s entirely unrequired for since we will show you how you can get over this problem with just a friendly click or two.

Learn how to reapply the Slide Layout to your existing slide in PowerPoint 2003.

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