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Using the Outline

An outline helps you organize your presentation and sequence the slides properly. Although PowerPoint makes it easy for you to create the presentation slides themselves, the outline is easier to work with than the full slides, especially when you are still in the process of gathering your thoughts on the presentation's content. If you get in the habit of first working on the presentation's outline (after the AutoContent Wizard generates the presentation), you have less editing and slide rearranging to do later in the development of your presentation.

After you generate a sample presentation by using the AutoContent Wizard or by creating slides from the design templates, use the outline to work on your presentation's details. You can reorganize your slides and edit text in this mode. Click the topic or detail you want to change and edit the text. As you enter and change outline text, PowerPoint updates that individual slide in the Slide pane so that you also see the results of your edit to the outline.


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