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Hour 13. PowerPoint 2003 Advanced Features > Editing Individual Slides

Editing Individual Slides

In most instances, the templates and individual slide layouts and color schemes provide ample variability and style. Rarely do you have to make substantial design edits to your presentation slides; usually you'll change only the text. Unlike most PowerPoint tutorials, this book does not go into great detail about slide editing. You don't need to edit the design of individual slides in most cases because of the detailed layouts that PowerPoint provides.

The major change you must make to the slides for a presentation created with the AutoContent Wizard is to add and edit text on the slides. All the spell-checking and AutoCorrect features that are so important in Word and Excel also work for text you place in a presentation; a red wavy line beneath a word indicates that the Office 2003 spell-checker does not recognize the word. Correct the word, or add it to PowerPoint's dictionary by right-clicking the word.


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