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Demoting and Promoting Lines

One of the most common features of a PowerPoint presentation is bulleted text or numbered lists. You can also have lines of text that are indented below another line. Indenting text is called demoting. Moving indented text out even with the rest of the lines or bulleted list is called promoting. For example, if you need to demote a new line to become an item under the title, you can do that by clicking on the Demote button.

As you might guess, you can promote items using similar methods (except you use the Promote button, of course). If you promote an item all the way to the top level, it creates a new slide and becomes the title of the slide.


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