Slide Layouts

Created: Wednesday, May 29, 2013, posted by Geetesh at 3:41 pm

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A Slide Layout in PowerPoint is the basic structure upon which the slides are created – it is an arrangement of various placeholders. PowerPoint categorizes each slide in a presentation into one of its prescribed Slide Layouts. To learn more about Slide Layouts in PowerPoint, refer to the following tutorials:

Microsoft Windows

Slide Layouts within Slide Master View in PowerPoint 2010

Slide Layouts, Applying in PowerPoint 2003

Slide Layouts, Reapplying in PowerPoint 2003


Apple Mac

Slide Layouts within Slide Master View in PowerPoint 2011


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