Customize Interface: Add and Remove Menus in PowerPoint

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Customizing of a program interface is always desirable for power users, yet even if you are not a power user, you can still benefit from some basic customizing, this is akin to rearranging your office desk to whatever makes you more productive and comfortable. Within PowerPoint 2011 for Mac, you can customize the interface to a large extent based on your requirements, the ability to add and remove custom Toolbars is one such customization option.

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Add and Remove Menus in PowerPoint 2011

Add and Remove Menus in PowerPoint

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