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Find the presentation you want, and then click its name. Scroll through the presentation to find the slide or slides you want to import. Select a slide by turning on its checkbox, which adds the slide to the list on the left.
If you want to open a different presentation in the Import Slides box, click the Change link circled. You can import slides from just one presentation at a time. In the right-hand pane, select the slides you want to import by turning on the checkbox below each slide. As you select slides, they appear in the list on the left side of the box.
Docs imports the slides into your presentation. The process is a lot like importing a slide from another Docs presentation, described in the previous section. In fact, the only difference is in step 2: Instead of clicking the name of a Docs presentation in this step, click the Browse button, find and select the presentation from which you want to import slides, and then click Upload.
Remember that Docs can upload presentations up to 10 MB in size—see??? Google uploads the presentation into Docs, and then opens it in the Insert Slides box. Jump back into the steps for importing a slide at step 3. When Docs imports the presentation so you can choose the slides you want, it also adds the presentation to your Docs list. Select the file by turning on its checkbox, and then click the Delete button, which has a picture of a trash can on it.
On the other hand, since Docs can hold a combined total of 5, documents and presentations, why not let it hang around for a while? Copy and Paste Slides When you copy a slide, you can paste that copy anywhere you want: elsewhere in the same presentation or in an entirely different presentation. You can also copy multiple slides at once. You copy slides from the left-hand slide-sorter pane.
Click the slide you want to copy to select it. In the slide-sorter pane, click the slide you want the copied slide s to appear after. You can always move slides around later, as the next section describes.
You use the slide-sorter pane to move slides within a presentation. Click the slide you want to move. Drag to move the slide up or down. When the cursors changes to a grasping hand as shown here , you can grab a slide and drag it to a new location in the slide-sorter pane. You can move more than one slide at a time.
Move your cursor over any of the selected slides until it becomes a grasping hand, and then click, drag, and drop. If you prefer, you can move slides by selecting the slide s you want to move, and then right-clicking control-clicking to bring up a menu.
Docs moves the slide s one spot at a time; repeat this process until your slides are where you want them. Delete a Slide To chuck a slide out of your presentation, click the slide in either the slide-sorter or edit pane. Either way, the slide disappears. As you pile different elements on a slide, you may need to adjust their position as they overlap or obscure each other.
For example, perhaps you want to lay some text over an image, but the image is blocking out the text.
In that case, you need to position the text on top of the image. You can easily rearrange elements on a slide. When you right-click control-click a shape, image, or the border of a text box Insert Text , the menu that appears gives you these options: Delete. Removes the selected element from your slide.
Copies the selected element, and deletes it from your slide. Copies the selected element. Bring to Front. Send to Back. This option puts the chosen element at the bottom of the pile. Bring Forward.
This moves the chosen element one step forward. Send Backward. This does the opposite of Bring Forward, sending the chosen element back one place. Tip When you right-click control-click a shape, the menu that appears also includes options for flipping the shape horizontally or vertically. For more on working with shapes, see Insert a Shape.
Text: Adding, Editing, and Formatting Whether you want to provide a bulleted list of campaign promises, outline the steps in an economic overhaul, or summarize the shortcomings of your opponents, the meat of any presentation is its text. This section explains how to insert and format text, so you can get those points across effectively.
Except for Blank, all these layouts have pre-formatted text boxes already inserted. These layouts represent the Greatest Hits for most presentations you see today. Say you want a slide with a photo on the right and a bulleted list on the left. Click inside the box, and then start typing. Click inside the box and type your text.
Anytime you work with text, the box that holds it becomes visible. Drag the corners of a text box which are marked with white squares to resize it.
Insert or click inside a text box to activate it. This button, which looks like an arrow curving to the left, reverses whatever you just did. This button looks like an arrow curving to the right, and restores whatever you just undid.
Not a lot of options here. The drop-down menu shows your choices in the specified font. Font size. In presentations, sizes range from 20 to 96 points. Makes selected text bold. Puts selected text in italics. Underlines selected text. Text color. Choose from a built-in palette. The rectangle under the A on this button shows the current text color. The palette you get to choose from is the same as for text color. You can link to Web pages or email addresses, but not to another slide within the presentation.
The next section explains how to insert a link. Numbered list. If you click this button, each paragraph becomes an item in a numbered list. Bulleted list. To make bullet points or other objects appear on a slide one at a time, select an object so its frame appears, and then right-click.
If there are a number of images or objects that you want to show one at a time, follow these steps for the first item you want to reveal, then repeat the process for the other items, in the order you want to display them. Objects or bullet points set to incremental reveal fade in one at a time when you click the mouse. To move through the slides faster, skipping the one-at-a-time appearance of bullets or objects, use your keyboard: the Page Down key moves you forward one slide, and Page Up moves you back one slide.
These buttons are helpful when you want to remove indentation to make items in a list line up or include sub-bullets in a bulleted list. Click one of these three options for left-aligned, centered, or right-aligned text.
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