Customize Interface: Ribbon Preferences in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, June 6, 2019, posted by Geetesh at 12:58 pm

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Working with the Ribbon in PowerPoint 2011 is intuitive to a very large extent, and it certainly involves a little more than just learning to minimize and maximize the Ribbon tabs. In fact, you can customize to the extent of hiding the entire Ribbon altogether, or changing the Ribbon tab color from orange and a more muted gray.

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Ribbon Preferences in PowerPoint 2011

Ribbon Preferences in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 02 02 10
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