PowerPoint (and other Microsoft Office programs) let you quickly duplicate selected objects using the Ctrl+D shortcut key (for Windows). Mac users can get the same results by choosing the Command+D shortcut key. These links below provide more details on using these shortcut keys to duplicate and create a patterned sequence of objects.
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