Slide Master and Slide Layouts: Inserting New Placeholders in Slide Layouts in PowerPoint

Created: Monday, January 5, 2015, posted by Geetesh at 9:59 am

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In PowerPoint, a placeholder is a container that you can use to fill in with some content. When you launch PowerPoint, you will see distinctive boxes that invite you to add some content — haven’t you noticed the “Click to add title” suggestions? All these boxes are placeholders

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:

Inserting New Placeholders in Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2016

Inserting New Placeholders in Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2013

Inserting New Placeholders in Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac:

Inserting New Placeholders in Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2016

Inserting New Placeholders in Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2011

Inserting New Placeholders in Slide Layouts in PowerPoint


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