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Adjusting line spacing Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

    Line spacing defines the space that appears between each line in a text box. To define the line space in a text box, follow these steps:

    1. Click the text box that contains text.

    2. Click the Home tab.

    3. Click the Line Spacing icon in the Paragraph group.

    A pull-down menu appears, as shown in Figure 10-8.

    4. Select a line spacing value, such as 1.5 or 2.

    PowerPoint adjusts line spacing in your chosen text box.

    Adjusting line
spacing Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

    Figure 10-8:

    The Line Spacing icon displays different line spacing options.

    Making numbered and bullet lists

    PowerPoint can display text as bulleted or numbered lists. The two ways to create such a list are before you type any text or after you've already typed some text.

    To create a bulleted or numbered list as you type new text, follow these steps:

    1. Click in a text box.

    2. Click the Home tab.

    3. Click the Bullets or Numbering icon in the Paragraph group.

    A pull-down menu appears, as shown in Figure 10-9.

    4. Click a bullet or numbering option. PowerPoint displays a bullet or number.

    5. Type any text and press Enter.

    As soon as you press Enter, PowerPoint displays a new bullet or number.

    Adjusting line
spacing Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

    Figure 10-9:

    The Bullets

    And

    Numbering icons let you

    Create lists as you type.

    If you have existing text, you can convert it to a bullet or numbered list. To convert existing text into a list, follow these steps:

    1. Click in the text box that contains the text you want to convert into a bullet or numbered list.

    2. Select the text you want to convert into a list.

    3. Click the Home tab.

    4. Click the Bullets or Numbering icon in the Paragraph group.

    PowerPoint converts your text into a list.

    PowerPoint displays each paragraph as a separate item in a bullet or num­bered list. A paragraph is any amount of text that ends with a paragraph mark which is an invisible character that you create when you press the Enter key.




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