Symbols: Insert a Nonbreaking Space in PowerPoint

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Typing a space seems simple enough – just press the spacebar on your keyboard. However, what many people don’t realize is that this action only adds a regular breaking space. Occasionally, you may require a specific type of spacing within a sentence. This could be to prevent words from being split across two separate lines. In such cases, it’s important to use appropriate spacing techniques that ensure the text stays legible and easy to understand. One effective way of achieving this is by using a nonbreaking space.

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Insert a Nonbreaking Space in PowerPoint

Insert a Nonbreaking Space in PowerPoint

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