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Chapter 15. Basic PowerPoint > How to Build a Slide

15.5. How to Build a Slide

The outliner is an excellent tool for building the overall flow of your slide show. But sooner or later, you'll probably want to visit the actual slide pictures themselves—to add charts or other graphics, to edit your concluding slide when new data becomes available five minutes before a meeting, and so on.

15.5.1. Using Backgrounds

Creating an individual slide is a bit like painting on a canvas: You first paint the background and work your way to the foreground, layer by layer.


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