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Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Live Preview

Editing slide objects works almost the same way, irrespective of what you are actually editing — you select the object you want to edit and change some attributes — you then get to see what your changes have caused — and then you either undo your changes (if you are not too happy with them) or just accept them and start working with another object. What if you could see/preview how an actual change will look on the slide object before you decide to accept or decline that change? PowerPoint 2013’s Live Preview allows you to do just that — this feature was first introduced in PowerPoint 2007, and continues being available in newer versions. Additionally, PowerPoint 2013 now also includes the Live Preview option for Chart Styles as well.

Learn how Live Preview works in PowerPoint 2013.

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