Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Space Objects Equally

Created: Monday, September 16, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



With many objects, your slide may end up looking crowded — and that’s certainly something you do not want to happen. At times though, your slide may appear cluttered even if you really do not have too many objects — and this can happen because the objects are not spaced out well in relation to each other. You obviously want your slide objects to be properly spaced — and in earlier versions of PowerPoint, you could achieve proper spacing with the help of Align and Distribute options — and these options are still available. However, you can now space your objects merely by dragging them around in PowerPoint 2013, with the help of Smart Guides.

Learn how to space objects equally in PowerPoint 2013.

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