Interface Overview: Media Browser – Symbols Tab in PowerPoint

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The Symbols tab of the Media Browser provides access to all the symbols for keyboard characters, foreign languages, registered and copyright symbols, currency, etc. These symbols typically need to be inserted with a combination of keystrokes, and getting to add them to your slides with a single-click access can be a boon.

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Media Browser – Symbols Tab in PowerPoint 2011

Media Browser - Symbols Tab in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 01 05 31
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