Learn PowerPoint 2010: Reset Slide

Created: Thursday, August 25, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



We all are exposed to slides that can be so hazardous to our vision! One look at a horrendous slide, and it really doesn’t matter if the content is great or not — because the slide may have nothing understated about it. Such loud slides can ensure that audiences look more at the look of the slide rather than the content. You might end up with such slides even with no fault of yours, because someone else designed them for you! Fortunately, there is an easy, one-click process to restore the sanity in the slides — it’s called the Reset button. Remember, the Reset button is your friend.

Learn how to reset your slide formatting with one click in PowerPoint 2010.

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