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Creating a new slide Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

    In Outline view, each outline heading represents a slide title and each sub­heading represents a slide's subtitles. To create a new slide in Outline view, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Outline tab to switch to Outline view.

    2. Click a slide title in the Outline pane.

    3. Choose one of the following:

    Press Home to move the cursor to the front of the outline heading. This creates a new slide before the currently displayed slide.

    Press End to move the cursor to the end of the outline heading. This creates a new slide after the currently displayed slide.

    4. Press Enter.

    PowerPoint adds a new, blank slide to your presentation.

    Creating subtitles on a slide

    Outline view lets you create slides and add subtitles to each slide as well. To add a subtitle to a slide, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Outline view tab to display the Outline pane.

    2. Click a slide title and then press End to move the cursor to the end of the slide title.

    3. Press Enter.

    PowerPoint creates a blank slide title underneath.

    4. Press Tab.

    PowerPoint indents your slide title and turns it into subtitle text under the previous outline heading.

    Collapsing and expanding subtitles

    A large presentation consisting of multiple slides with subtitles can be hard to read. To simplify the appearance of your outline, PowerPoint lets you col­lapse or expand outline headings. To collapse or expand an outline heading, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Outline tab to display the Outline pane.

    2. Double-click the slide icon of a slide title in the Outline pane.

    PowerPoint collapses any subtitles that appear under your chosen out­line heading and displays a gray line under your outline heading to let you know that its subtitle text is collapsed (hidden), as shown in Figure 10-4.

    Creating a new
slide Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

    Figure 10-4:

    Outline view lets you collapse or expand subtitle text.

    To expand a collapsed slide title, just double-click its slide icon.




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