Slide Master and Slide Layouts: Reapplying Slide Layouts in PowerPoint

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Slide Layouts are arrangements of placeholders that make it easy for you to create consistent looking slides. You can change between the slide layout applied to any slide but there may be times when the slides themselves may have been individually altered so that the consistency factor is absent altogether!

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Reapplying Slide Layouts in PowerPoint 2003

Reapplying Slide Layouts in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 04 07 22
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