Working with Slides: Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint

Created: Monday, April 30, 2012, posted by at 7:01 am

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Each PowerPoint presentation contains several slides. Let’s compare each slide to a blank canvas or an empty sheet of paper! You can thereafter add content to the slides in much the same way as you use brushes to create strokes of paint, or a pen to write. For example, do you want some text? Then you must add a text box. Want a picture? Just insert a picture and place it anywhere on your slide! Wait, this is not really the proper way to work in PowerPoint!

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint. If we do not have a tutorial for your version of PowerPoint, explore the version closest to the one you use.

Microsoft Windows

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint 2016

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint 2013

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint 2010

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint 2007

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint 2003 and 2002

Apple Mac

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint 2016

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint 2011

PowerPoint Online

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint Online

Change Slide Layout in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 01 09 02
Previous: 01 09 01 Inserting a New Slide
Next: 01 09 03 Reset Slides



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